As an artist, PamDemonium envelops all the senses through photography, graphic art, music, nature and quilting. Growing up in Los Angeles then later moving to the Mexican border, there was a definite role in her Mexican heritage and environment that helped develop the unique style that later grew into the vibrant colors used in her quilts and the hints of Spanish dribbled within her dj sets while still being cutting edge with deep underground sounds that permeates the rave scene here. San Antonio became her home in 2005 and she soon became interwoven in the social richness of this city and has collaborated on quite a few events both as a dj and a visual artist along with producing shows within the city. Quilting has been a personal journey where she challenges herself with quilts containing upwards of 4000 pieces and designs to challenge your visual perception. Combining her skills as a graphic artist with the traditional techniques of an old fashion American folk art and producing a true mesh of Mexican American art.
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Tech House Mix
Interview on Primo House Podcast