Architect & Visual Artist ~working w/•LIGHT• Öptïcs Geometry & Glass 💠 decoding nature's mysteries
Salvia Divinorum Art Collective
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Brooklyn-based visual artist, architect and scene set designer working in glass-metal sculpturing, Installations of art and Crystal Video Projections. With formal training in the school of Architecture in Buenos Aires, her work explores the relationship between colors and light refraction tough different materials… Read More
Brooklyn-based visual artist, architect and scene set designer working in glass-metal sculpturing, Installations of art and Crystal Video Projections. With formal training in the school of Architecture in Buenos Aires, her work explores the relationship between colors and light refraction tough different materials creating prismatic spatial ambiances and infinite optical layers.
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Colors and vibrations of light are the roots of my discipline. I develop worlds of fantasy and Endenic landscapes by the use of Stained Glass Sculptures and holographic fabrics. I've been deeply inspired by the geometry and mathematical proportions that appear in nature. With my work, I try to generate an atmosphere where the beholder can find him/herself in a space that expands their senses. Each exhibit is a ritual where an unconscious connection is established between the spectator and the spectacle. Read Less
vale.haedo@gmail.com
Valeria is a Brooklyn-based Visual Artist & Architect working in glass-metal Sculpturing, Installations, Scenic Arts, Video Projections and Digital Photography/collage. With formal training in the school of Architecture in Buenos Aires, her work explores the relationship between color and light refraction through… Read More
Valeria is a Brooklyn-based Visual Artist & Architect working in glass-metal Sculpturing, Installations, Scenic Arts, Video Projections and Digital Photography/collage. With formal training in the school of Architecture in Buenos Aires, her work explores the relationship between color and light refraction through different materials creating prismatic spatial ambiances of infinite optical layers.

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Vibration of light, abstract image refractions and colors are the root of my discipline. I cr
eate worlds of fantasy and idyllic landscapes through digital and analog media, exploring
different sources, such as recycled material, fabrics, papier mache, crystals, metals, diff
raction grating sheets and video projection.
Drawing deep inspiration from geometry and mathematical proportions that appear in Nature,
I inform the organization of objects in space to create harmonic balance.
I've been constantly inspired by the golden ratio, which I have been working on using
stained-glass sculptures made from iridescent and beveled glass, thus creating a double
effect reflecting light and colors through space. These solids were discovered by Plato and
were reformulated by Archimedes. Now I am using them to explore new shapes within the
glass media.
My intention is to generate an atmosphere where the beholder can find him/herself in a space
that expands their senses; somewhere both familiar and unknown - a place to discover
through associative memories.
Each exhibit is an immersive ritual where an unconscious connection is established between
the spectator and the spectacle. Though the use of abstract visual content, people can relate
to their perceived visions, referring to a common symbolic language.
I've been recently collaborating with multimedia artists in New York City, exploring new
dialogues between Analog and Digital video projection for live music concerts and art
Installations using suncatchers and crystals to project in various angles according to the
architecture of different gallery spaces.
Since 2014 I've been involved in the Buenos Aires, Argentina-based art collective "Salvia
Divinorum", which I co-founded with Malva Molina and Mercedes Comesaña. Together we
investigate the psychedelic and mysterious elements of our natural world through the lens of
magic realism. Read Less
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