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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2019

We cannot observe the same things.


Solo show - Timba Arist run-space. Monterrey, MX
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Solo show titled “We cannot observe the same things.” Revolves around – A series of studies about the photographic image in

The pieces draw from the three stages in the life cycle of thunderstorms: The developing stage, mature stage, and dissipating stage. Crea
Beyond the visual representation of thunderstorm stages



Developing, 2019
Mature, 2019
Dissipating, 2019 

Charcoal on paperCharcoal on paperCharcoal on paper
60x80cm
60x80cm
60x80cm
Exbihition view

Timba


Polaroid after the storm, 2019

[Introduction text]

Sensations are omnipresent.
I just need to pick them up and release them from their anonymity. Each experience is found under every rock, in every leaf, behind every tree, in the clouds and in the wind. In the course of the sun on equinox days; in the small habitat of an insect, the smell of wet earth, the trail of a snail, a mountain stream, animal tracks in the mud, the path of a bird darting through the forest, a gust of wind in a tree , the dance of light on the leaves, the endless and complex relationship of trunk to trunk, branch to branch, leaf to leaf.