PAMELA DAVIS KIVELSON
Since 2015, Churchill Club’s artist-in-residence Pamela Davis Kivelson has used visual art performances to capture artistic moments from those who speak at Churchill Club. Past art has included the use of drawing, photography, and other media to capture fleeting micro-expressions and gestures that reveal emotions beneath the surface of what is happening at an event.
Most recently, Pam and her amazing Drawing Orchestra photographed and recorded interviews with speakers for the 19th Annual Top 10 Tech Trends event. Material from those recordings was fed into an artificial intelligence agent resulting in five poems written about each speaker by the AI to accompany the magnificent, large-scale paintings of each speaker created by Pam.
Patterns are the foundations
A spending war blooms in
the ridesharing desert. Adapting to
local habitats is a recipe for
evolution and success.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Twitter is a black swan on
a mission. Manifestation of
serendipity is social media. To
write software is to create art.
I want to dissolve into time a
a meteor. Futurists are the
will that melts space rock for
humanity to leap across epochs.
Riding bumpy as a running
Pamela Davis Kivelson is a Silicon Valley based artist and Stanford University lecturer. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in museums and galleries that include Krannert, DeSasset, Wight Art Gallery, Robert Koch, Stephen Cohen, and Moreton Street.