Pamela Hadley is a time-based based light 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. 

In December, Hadley’s work will be a part of a group show featuring new members at Carnation Contemporary, Portland, OR. Opening recpetion 12/02/23 5-8 pm.

Hadley was recently an artist-in-residence at High Desert Test Sites, Joshua Tree, CA.

Hadley is a new member of the artist-run gallery Carnation Contemporary and the artist collective WAVE Contemporary, both in Portland, OR. 

Hadley facilitated a conversation between artists Matthew Bennet Laurents and Jeremy LeGrand about their show, Nirvanamatopoeia, for Carnation Contemporary. Read the transcript here. 

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

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