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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2022

A stone as a poetic memory.


GROUP SHOW
La tierra que habiamos – Fatima Cultural Center.


Project supported by Nuevo León 2020 Program to Stimulate Artistic Creation and Development (PECDA).


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The project  “A stone as a poetic memory” — Which dealt with an ongoing research focused on the devastation the landscape has suffered to supply the growth of an industrial city. Through geographical factors (e.g. precipitation, soil and soil erosion etc.) as well as the human factor and our influence on the environment.

Pamela establishes a conceptual anchor with the time and place of the landscape in a series of six charcoal drawings on washi paper that similar to the landscapes themselves, these drawings fade over time. Alongside them are two pieces from her personal photograpic archive from insitu exploration of the site. 


Exhibition view
Fatima Cultural Center



I. Background featured in the enviroment.


Research focusing on the devastation landscape has suffer to supply the growth of an industrial city. Geographical factors (e.g. precipitation, soil and soil erosion etc.) as well as the human factor and his influence on the environment are discussed in a series of six drawings made with charcoal and washi papper that fade over time.



Series of 4
Landscape I-IV, 2021
Charcoal on washi paper 
82 x 35 cm





II.   Oracle


This work is part of the project “A stone as a poetic memory” titled “Oracle” (Noun: 2. A reply or message, usually one that is ambiguous or obscure.)
The oracle – Derives from an archive of photographs that belong to the extract (stone and other materials) from a desolate quarry located at mountain called Cerro de las Mitras, Monterrey Mexico. The final product carries with environmental reflections and narrates the relationship of the natural environment that thrive as time passed by.

Oracle 2021
Deck 35 cards
11 x 7 cm




III. Postcards


“Forecast of the state” which dealt with a representation of the environement holding as much of the past inside them.
The project—carried out with the archive of landscape photographs transformed to postcards (During the period of time of July - November). These images drifted and moved on scientific grounds and the concept of monitoring as the system for observations, assessment and prediction of man-induced changes in the state of natural environment. It should be stressed that along with significant anthropogenic loading on large cities and industrial areas, natural ecosystems covering most of the Earth's territory are also exposed to quite extended, though insignificant anthropogenic effects.

Forecast of the state, 2021
Postcards (6x4 in)
82 x 35 cm