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Interview with artist Pamela Witcher

  • Video
  • PHI Foundation

Discover the work of Deaf artist Pamela Witcher in this video produced by the PHI Foundation. In her works, which take the form of paintings, drawings, signed music and video art, Pamela Witcher often deals with social justice.

The artist was invited in 2022 to design a creative workshop in connection with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition DANCING LIGHTS THAT FLEW UP TO THE UNIVERSE presented at the PHI Foundation. This workshop, entitled Share Your Dot of Love, explored how Kusama uses the dot motif and gestures to share love and spread peace.

To complement this video, Pamela Witcher created this digital mosaic based off her work Share Your Dot of Love. She invites you to download, use, and share this mosaic to participate in Yayoi Kusama’s mission of peace.

Description in ASL

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