Through the combination of experimental photographic processes, constructed paper graphics and artists’ books, she explores the links that bind intimate space and narrative together. She is particularly interested in communication design as a specific method of storytelling. Her recent domestic serial works are a catalogue of spatial and sensory memories that engage the nuances of the everyday that collectively make everyday life extraordinary. Pamela’s definition of a successful outcome is one that elicits dialogue and leaves the audience with something greater than they expected.
Pamela has participated in numerous exhibitions in the United States and in Australia and holds a PhD in Visual Communication from Monash University, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design as well as an associate degree in Visual Communication from the Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
20 Bedrooms 200 Bedrooms
On 1202 Hall Avenue
Poster and Installations
Form + Function
I Remember You
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