(b. 1993, Bangkok, Thailand)
Lives and works in Amsterdam
Exploring intersections between the cinematic and temporal, Pam Virada navigates the ghostly forces and intimate stories within domestic spheres. Through mixed-media installations and moving images, she reconfigures existing contexts and narratives, investigating the themes of impermanence and intimate turmoil in spatial arrangements, objects, text, and expanded cinema. Using the Sino-Thai diaspora as a starting point, Virada conducts continuous socio-political and micro-narrative research, investigating individual and collective traumas. She looks towards feminist memory within family constellations, studying the junctures of Hauntology, patriarchy, and non-western philosophy. Her work dives into intangible presences of the ghostly and ancestral, proving their uncanny yet comforting influence on the conscious and subconscious.