Painting the human body has always had a ritual value in all primitive peoples, from Australia to the Americas, from Africa to northern Europe. The body becomes the means by which the divine manifests itself on earth. The painting of the body was therefore born with a purpose, an atavistic need, which goes beyond simple decoration.
Together we forget about words, and rediscover a non-verbal, universal language that needs no translation. A reminiscence that leads the subject to rediscover and recognize in his own consciousness the archetypes of Love. The reawakening of a knowledge already present in our soul, where the shapes of trees dance with animals, where clear waters flow between crystals. And as in the splitting of the atom, the energy that is released feeds on itself, provoking new reactions of love for colors, which the grey of the city had extinguished, flooding the surrounding environment with the desire to touch, to know each other, to rediscover each other as beings and no longer as masks.