The product of more than 2 years of community-engaged research and creative collaboration between an indigenous and a non-indigenous artist, Ch. III of the Encyclopedia project exists in multiple forms including community-owned art panels (also owned and displayed by MUN… Read More
An Artist’s Talk on 3 major projects from 1997-2020, hosted by the MFA Program at Grenfell Campus at Memorial University. Hall discusses the 20 year span between Re-Seeding the Dream (1997) and Re-Seeding East (2017), the ten year survey exhibition… Read More
Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge, published by Breakwater Books and ISER Books. In 2017, Excerpts from Chapters 1 & 2 were published by Breakwater Books and ISER Books at MUN. The book can be purchased at most bookstores in… Read More
Click the cover to open the PDF. Words and pictures by Pam Hall. Published by GLC Publishers Limited.
This performative lecture was first delivered in 2003, within a graduate residency exploring the theme of Abundance, at Goddard College in Vermont. What follows are excerpts only – the full talk ran over 60 minutes with almost 80 images/slides. Using… Read More
New Readings in Female Anatomy included three book works on The Reading Table – two of which were collaboratively authored. The first – Hystories, added to the voices in Hall’s first film about hysterectomy, and the second A Female Handbook… Read More
Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge (ELK) is a collaborative art-and-knowledge project originated by Pam Hall and engaging hundreds of collaborators in communities on the Northern Peninsula and Bonne Bay for Chapter 1; on Fogo Island and Change Islands, for… Read More
As part of her residency as the Inaugural Program Associate for RISD’s new Office of Public Engagement, Hall responded to the invitation to make new for a site-specific installation. Revisiting the preoccupations of Path to the Wishing Place (1988), and… Read More