Chipman’s work on display At The Cave includes an interactive installation titled Inner Voices a video installation titled Loose Threads, as well as photographs and gilded prints of the images that inspired the Inner Voices project.
As an interdisciplinary artist, Pamela Chipman draws on the present day cultural experiences of women grappling with sexism and gender inequality. She studied video and photography at UCLA and moved to Portland, Oregon in the late 1980s. Her work has screened across the country in film festivals, galleries, and on community television, and is held in private collections. Throughout her career, Chipman has explored the potential of the video medium through a variety of projects ranging from video-poetry, live television, installations, and documentary projects. She continues to explore new methods of integrating media into our visual world using installation, video books, and public art as tools to reach a broad artistic audience and to activate a sense of fellowship and community.
This event is free and open to the public.