The artist works with various creative and technical materials. Her tools are the image, sound, installations, and above all else new media (digital photography, video, etc.) and multimedia. Bromová devotes her time to the specific iconography of the body, which she inspects with the help of technical imaging. Actually this is a sort of confrontation between the body and the camera (even a violent confrontation). The technical apparatus (the camera) opens previously unknown views into a micro-world, the organism’s interior ... it maximises details. In a symbiosis with the body, however, mutations, montages, interchanging of identity and loss of intimacy come about. Playing with the camera evokes satisfaction, yet also means a memento. A view below the body’s surface, into its trembling interior ... we know this also from scientific and anatomical imaging: also from tricks done in popular entertainment. As if the body were stripped of its skin. At the same time this process also transforms I, the artist and the viewer. The I becomes a quasi-theatrical role, in which stylisation and auto-stylisation take place. Exhibitionism or rather a desire to perform plays out. These processes are of course the basis of interhuman communication, yet here they fall apart. The body still alone reposes in a virtual space; ultimately it becomes imprisoned. This brings about the body’s deformation. The body reacts with futile, expressive screams (which probably also represents a commentary on certain gender stereotypes). Privacy and intimacy become a barrier. Attempts to publish the deformed and provocative body are meant to lead to the provocative destruction of this closely-guarded boundary. Artefacts comment attempts to break down barriers, borders and limits between the public and private space, the border between convention and traditional roles, etc. This however is never fully achieved; nonetheless, a delight tied to this effort remains.
1998 ZEMZOO, katalog.
1997 Umělci sobě – „N.Y.„, pro časopis Umělec.
1995 „Výlet„, umělecký projekt pro časopis Divus.
1993 Máj, K.H.Mácha, umělecká publikace, illustrace - grafický design.
1992-97 Umělecká a grafická práce pro YAZZYK magazine.
1991Spoluzakladatelka literárně-uměleckého časopisu YAZZYK.
Vít Havránek: Emotiones Provokted in Artist, # 1, p. 23
Jeff Hush: ZEMZOO - Veronika Bromová in Atelier, # 1, p. 23
Petr Volf: Energy Pump, interview in Reflex Weekly, # 11, pp. 16-19
Laďka Bauerová: The Shock of The Nude in The Prague Post,
March 18-24, p. B3
Olga Malá, Karel Srp: in Czech Art in the 90s, catalogue of the
permanent exhibition, Prague City Gallery
Deanna Petherbridge: The Quick and The Dead, catalogue,
Hayward Gallery, London, pp. 58-59
Tereza Bruthansová: Jeune art tcheque in Art Press, # 226,
July/August, pp. 64-65
Karel Srp: Something about Photography and Other Media in Artist # 3, pp. 12-13
Jiří Černický: So I mix it up a bit, interview in Koktejl # 7-8, p. 158
Olga Malá: Veronika Bromová in On the Edge of the Horizon, catalogue
Tereza Bruthansová: Worlds Temptingly Marked Top Secret, interview in On the Edge of the Horizon, catalogue
Marta Smolíková: Sur la ligne d´horizon in Paralleles Prague Paris,
II, catalogue, pp. 24-27
Tereza Bruthansová: Another Perspective on the World of the Body in Imago # 2, pp. 6-11
Jochen Poetter: Photographic Surgery in Urban Legends, catalogue, Staatlische Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden
Andrée Cooke: Interview in Flash Art #148, October, pp. 55
Michaela Kádnerová: Well-rounded People in Elle # 9, pp. 28
Tereza Bruthansová: Faces, Masks, Simulations in Kavárna AFFA # 4, pp. 65