How can basic human and ecological needs be met in a culture which strategically, systemically denies their existence? Attending actively to our immediate situation, particularly through phenomenological perception of light, space and time offers a chance to re-evaluate what we think we know, how we define reality.
Originally from Washington, DC, Pamela currently lives in Chicago where she recently received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her practice uses abstract animation and digital projection in ways which investigate relationships between situation and perception. She carves out highly immersive, contemplative spaces that open potentialities outside of existing cultural systems of value. Pamela’s work has been exhibited in Washington, DC with organizations such as Civilian Art Projects, Transformer and Dupont Underground as well as in Chicago at Roman Susan Art Foundation and Wedge Projects.