A Coruña, 1963
Pamen Pereira presents a work that moves between drawing, painting, sculpture, installation; sometimes photography or video, or any other medium or material useful to realize the creative act. His creative process, generally fused with life experience, is closely linked to nature, from which he draws much of his images.
Without abandoning the solitude of the studio as a place of reflection and study from which more intimate works emerge, in recent years his work has focused on site-specific installations and artistic interventions for public and private spaces, which delve into the social nature of art, the role of the artist in society and the important social function of the poetic image.
An artistic approach that is basically the radical choice of a way of life. A demanding fidelity to this as a way of knowledge and a place of transformation. Life as the main working cabinet.