Large-scale photographic works by Edica Pacha are on permanent view on the Arbor Institute entry walls.
Artist Statement: “During a time when culture is deeply extracting and depleting the earths resources, we must examine our relationship to the natural world. This relationship of “reciprocity” is one that teaches us to be in regeneration, to give back as much as we take. Planting seeds and living in right relationship with the planet, is a revolutionary act that aligns us with the sacred vision of Gaia. May we impact this vision through art, and inspire the world we would like to see.”
Pacha creates large scale photographic murals using a unique ‘layered in camera’ photographic style, that explores the mystical and mysterious sides of the feminine. She is interested in creating opportunities for ‘humans to be seen’ and vulnerabilities to be shared, while connecting deeply through Social Art and street art practices.