Dance is expressionistic, communicative, and connective. Finding flow state in motion is gratifying and healing. Flow state to Vero is harmony between mind, body, and energy.
From Dance to Patterns
Vero visualizes fluid particle trails as motion passes back into stillness. Her patterns stem from her relationship with movement and sound.
Vero 's passion for human connection leads her to explore these invisible boundaries as she captivates expression through abstract visions.
VISION & CYMATICS
Move Through Me
Cymatics is the study of the visualization of sounds. Cymatics analyzes sounds by applying basic principles of wave mechanics. Since sound is a type of wave, it can be displayed through visual media. The visualization of cymatics can be seen through liquid experiments infused with vibrational sound to create visual patterns.
Sound & Energy
Vero's philosophy of cymatics in relation to the human body- Our body is made up of 60% water. When our essence is captivated by sound, our chemical makeup vibrates with the energy of the experience.
“Everything in Life is Vibration”
– Albert Einstein
The universal law of nature states everything has its own vibration. Everything is made up of atoms. These atoms are constantly in a state of motion. Vero's paintings are fluid translations of vibrational energy through her body onto the canvas.
EARTH & PIGMENT
Stones & Vibration
Any form in our universe which appears solid is created by an underlying vibration. Vibrations express themselves in corresponding geometrical figures and in this way build up crystals that are the expression of vibration. Crystals collectively form a body of an element according to its particular vibration.
The forms of snowflakes and faces of flowers take on their shape because they are responding to some sound in nature. Crystals, plants, and human beings are music that has taken on visible form.
Color & Medium
Earth and mineral pigments are used in various applications of color for thousands of years. Minerals, soils, precious stones from mountains to river beds hold the hues artists created with for centuries.
History & Museums
Pigment in Tokyo includes 4,500 hues, Harvard University Library carries 2,500 hues collected from countries around the globe for public display.