Paula Veronica Slimovich was born in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 3rd, 1971.
In 1997 she got a degree of Drawing and Painting National Teacher at the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredon.
During her first years of career she attended seminars and conferences offered by recognized plastic artists and art critics such as Carlos Fels (1993), Roberto Aizemberg (1993), Guillermo Roux (1994), Felipe Noe (1995), Ana Batisttozzi (1997), and Diana Dowek (1997).
In 1998 she worked as Adjunct Teacher in the subject of Painting in charge of Professor Alejandro Farias at National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredon.
In 1998 she studied publicity photography with Ricardo Sanguinetti, and since then, among other activities, she works as a photographer performing artistic, social and publicity photos for the most assorted enterprises. Also in 1998 she attended the most famous plastic artists' workshops, Juan Doffo and Marcela Gasperi.
In 2001, she attended the Art University Degree at the National University Institute of Art and worked as a Plastic Arts National Teacher in several schools of the city of Buenos Aires.
Since 2003 she is settled in Toronto, Canada, where is participating in various events and exhibitions.
By observing the reality, I immerse myself in the searching of my deepest emotions with the visceral need of picturing in a canvas, in a photo... The use of symbols and signs, help in a way, to that reading.
Life as a canvas or an empty space is as a mystery that can be lived without labels, and forgetting behavior samples.
The idea of the work of art is to have a transforming character, if we watch reflexively, doubtingly, we will create a meeting place with ourselves.
Only the bystander may enjoy the interrogative attraction that over him exerts the work of art.