Pamela's work explores emerging approaches to nature, landscape, and the self; Her work highlights gestures in which peculiarities and details have the possibility of creating new narratives, searching for ways to approach the notions of image, materiality and memory through drawings and photographs that perceive space as a reflective medium of time.



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Pamela's work explores emerging approaches to nature, landscape, and the self; Her work highlights gestures in which peculiarities and details have the possibility of creating new narratives, searching for ways to approach the notions of image, materiality and memory through drawings and photographs that perceive space as a reflective medium
of time.


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So Far,


A co-curated show by Aline Kraus & Pamela García, Gathers four artists (Florinda Ciucio, Darwin T. Cabrera, José de Sáncristobal & Pamela García Valero) who presents four distinct video pieces, delving into the exploration of memory and recollection.

Here, the act of remembering becomes a method of preserving and recapturing emotional ties to their origins.


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2024



Full House 


The group of InSitu artists from various countries and cultures collectively created a shared home within the exhibition space “Kleine Goddaard 5” in Antwerp. 

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2024








The water,from here.
An understanding of raindrop shape.


A personal journey, connecting experiences with the broader narrative of the essence of water and how our memories are shaped by the weather.
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2023






The exact hour of the sunset.


Framing a tree native to the region (Caesalpinia Mexicana) and the wind as the main protagonists of the exhibition, from early morning to late afternoon and a 2-minute sunset, the landscapes evolve revealing layers of different moments and movements, light and shadow emerging between the winds.
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2023



A mark on the wall.


A title referring to the first story published by Virginia Wolf “A mark on the wall” deals with the 'spiritual' or psychological aspects of dreams and gaps, seemingly 'unimportant' that we experience in our daily lives.
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2022






A stone and its memory.
An ongoing research focused on the devastation the landscape has suffered to supply the growth of an industrial city, and our influence on the environment. A conceptual anchor with the time and place of abandon landscape fades away over time.

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2021





Landscape changed my point of view.


Reflections abound on the access to the natural world, liable to mass movement; the character and structure of rocks. 

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2020






We cannot observe the samethings.


A series of studies about the photographic image in terms of speculation rather than figurative representation.

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2019







Deeply Sinking Down.


Performance and collection of breaths during Studio Kura Residency in Itoshima. Introducing walking as both, a loss of control and a seizing of public space.
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2019





Day by day.


Drawing ritual inside a daily routine in which for 287 consecutive days the lines and marks from bed sheets became a drawing field.

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2018