Pamela de Brí is an interdisciplinary artist currently working in printmaking, photography, painting, video and audio. Her art practice explores and engages with the changing and evolving social and environmental landscape of Ireland. Her work is project based, focusing on a particular aspect of society. She then researches it, engages with relevant people and their stories, explores the location and builds up a body of documentation and information, which inspires the resulting art work.
Recent projects include:
exploring the leftover state of an 1845 shed in Broadstone using video, photography and audio. (Photographs from this project are currently in Kildare Library and will shortly be on permanent exhibition in the renovated shed in Broadstone where the work was made.)
following by bicycle an old railway network across the midlands which she documented in photographs, notebooks and audio recordings. (Soon to be permanently installed in a location in Athlone).
devising, coordinating and curating a year long 1916 commemorative project through printmaking involving 49 artists. Project on permanent display in Áras Chill Dara.
She is currently completing her exploration of the changing midlands of Ireland and preparing paintings, prints and videos for a forthcoming solo show.
Lambay Island, Oil On Board, 60 x 60cm