The multi-year Sanctuary project began as a visceral response to the humanity of refugees and has grown into a metaphor for those who are homeless and all of us adrift at home in the winds of change.

Wanting to inspire hope, the third and final phase of the Sanctuary journey arrives at shelters and the promise that life will go on, especially for the children. Pam drew and sculpted families settled in tents and she hints at ordinary life resuming with a laundry place and a one-room school, suggesting the children could have a future.

SANCTUARY Part Three
Artist: Pam Douglas
Original Music by Raya Yarbrough
Camera & Editing by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanovic

Documentation of the exhibition from
TAG Gallery January 20–February 13, 2021

View the other videos here:

SANCTUARY Part One: http://www.laartdocuments.com/sanctuary-pam-douglas/

SANCTUARY Part Two: http://www.laartdocuments.com/sanctuary-part-two-pam-douglas/

For more information, please visit: http://pamdouglasart.com/