Granados' performances are interlacing grass roots activist strategies (for example public intervention in real life and virtual public places) with visual media technology (such as mixing closed circuit video with mash up video art projections). In her live performance show El Cabaret La Fulminante she employs an alter ego, La Fulminante. This sardonic parody of an over-sexualized Latina character speaks in an unknown, possibly indigenous but actually fictional language, which is then dubbed via video projection with hyper-political subtitles, creating an uncomfortable mix of eroticism on the one hand and radical left polemics on the other. By contrasting these antagonisms, Granados invites the viewer to reconsider their ideas on post-colonialism, gender stereotypes, auto-representation and pornographic imagery, while simultaneously exposing manipulative, pop-cultural media strategies and openly promoting the rejection of neo-liberal, imperialist values. In 2013, the Granados was awarded the 28th Franklin Furnace Fund, NYC, for her performance Carro Limpio, consciencia sucia. Granados has presented her work in Colombia,Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela and Canada, as well as in France, Italy, Spain, and Germany. In January 2014, one of her video works, entitled Maternidad Obligatoria, created a media controversy in Spain, when Internethackers inserted it into the web page of the Catholicarchbishop of Granada, Spain.