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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2024

Full House


GROUP SHOW-
Kleine Goddaart 5  Antwerp,BE

10th-18th February 2024

About
The cochlear spiral's unique snail-like structure enables our auditory system to efficiently capture and interpret the slightest touch of vibrations to which later on they develop in a vast range of sounds that we encounter in our environment.
In essence, I played around the idea of our "own little snail or house inside our brain" which offers a creative and metaphorical lens through which to contemplate the intricacies of the human mind, emphasizing its uniqueness, protective qualities, and potential for self-exploration. Suggesting that our inner world is a place we carry with us, much like a creature carries its shell.

Pamela presents two pastel drawings of the human auditory system alongside 60 dry-air clay snails, each leaving a trace depicting the scientific diagram of the ascending auditory pathway – from the cochlea to the cortex – on the window.




The slightest touch, 2024


Snails shells, air-dry clay installationPastel drawings
Variable dimensions




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