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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2020

Landscape changed my point of view.


GROUP SHOW -
Conarte Monterrey.


Participated in the 2nd State Art Nuevo Leon Prize Show (2020)

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Subtly point to a progressively more intimate interactions with fragmented environments populated by nonhuman entities bolstering the equitability of natural environments within and between, and the apprehension of reality generally speaking.

Pamela's work features two drawings accompanied by photographs from an old quarry in her hometown. Playing with visual excerpts, she assembles a fragmented and incomplete rendering of the place.



Landscape changed my point of view , 2020
Photograph, Charcoal on paper
82 x 35 cm


Frame of Reference, 2020
Video [2:39]