She holds a degree from the School of Architecture and Design and Urban Planning at the University of Buenos Aires and Higher degree in Plastic Arts at the Escola Llotja in Barcelona. Her work hinges on urban space seen as a group identity which is constantly changing and under construction. The outcome of her work was the project titled Un lugar en el mundo, which consisted of visiting several street schools in Dakar and to exchange materials with children attending the schools.
He studied at the National School of Arts in Dakar and at the Daniel Brottier Centre for Communication in Saint-Louis. Since the early years of this decade he has specialised in documentaries, his documentary titled La Brèche (2007) is worthy of mention since it won the Grand Prix for short films and a Special Mention by the Panel in Recontres Cinématographiques in Cerbère (France) in 2007, and Best Film and Best Documentary at the Festival du Film de Quartier in Dakar in 2007. Cissé believes in cinema which portrays the true Africa –not clichés on the continent’s poverty and hunger-, and in supporting national cinema as a way to train and educate.
During his stay at Can Xalant he carried out the project on the documentary called The Lighthouse on the life of African immigrants in Catalonia based on people who explain the reasons why they decided to emigrate, their living conditions since they arrived and their view on life here.