Pamela Hadley is a light- and time-based based artist living in Portland, OR. Her practice uses new media and sculptural processes in immersive investigations toward Perception Theory and the social consequences of economized vision. Hadley supports an art discourse that gives weight to empirical discovery in phenomenological works of art.

Hadley was interviewed as the August/September 2020 Artist-in-Residence with  Prairie Ronde Artist Residency in Vicksburg, MI.

Her show, That Nagging Voice in the Back of Your Mind, opened on September, 15, 2020 at the Prairie Ronde Artist Gallery. Online companion content and gallery can be viewed here.

She’s Always Been Gone, 2020 was included in LOSS, A Virtual Exhibition with Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL. The show is available for virtual viewing.  

Listen to Hadley discuss her work in an interview with Zinta Aistars, Art Beat: Art in Light,” WMUK Radio, Kalamazoo, MI.