Pamela Crowe West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Artist, Writer. I work conceptually with text, image, audio and video. I make work about voice and proximity, facilitating people coming together. My practice explores how we form in response to others, as a work of relief perhaps, according to the spaces and gaps that another's physical and psychic form allow. So power eventually, I look at power.
1974, Stockport. Pamela Crowe is an artist and writer based in Leeds. She makes image, text, audio and indexical work about female options and passivity. Also, the threshold in psychic pain where creativity becomes possible and where it cannot. Her recordings – direct readings of her text, poetry and dialogues – are an attempt to clarify the author’s voice and anchor it permanently to the text. She regularly performs her work live. Her poem ‘socks’ was shortlisted for the 2019 Bridport Poetry Prize. www.pamelacrowe.com
Projects and exhibitions
04/10/2018 — 13/10/2018
Pamelashop is an installation that moved across venues in Leeds in October 2018 including The Tetley and Leeds Museums and Galleries. The work was developed with a Selected Artist bursary from Love Arts Festival.
Pamelashop questions if kindness is capable of forming and operating along a conduit, if like trauma, kindness has after-affects,...[Read more]
|The Tetley & Leeds Museums and Galleries, Leeds||Details|
Creative Mothers Project - Three Banners
04/10/2018 — 12/10/2018
As part of the artist collective Creative Mothers Project we collaboratively produced 3 banners that exhibited at Leeds City Museum throughout October 2018
|Leeds City Museum, Leeds||Details|