Pamela Hadley is a light- and time-based based artist living in Chicago. 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’s work is currently included in CNL Projects and Terrain Exhibitions joint project, Art-in-Place. Her piece, Looking at That Which I Don’t Want to See (aka Visual Anxiety Log), can be viewed nightly after dark through August 23, 2020 in the front window of her home at 3051 W Belden Ave., Chicago, IL. The piece will develop over the course of the show. It’s progress will be documented through Hadley’s Instagram Stories.
Listen to Hadley discuss her work in an interview with Zinta Aistars, “Art Beat: Art in Light,” WMUK Radio, Kalamazoo, MI.