Debra Raymond‘s artistic practice is informed by her research of the city lives on the digital terrain - from the politics of bustling metropolises to the everyday lives that exist within them. Her interest in the urban environment stems from its relevance on the ordinariness of paying attention to often devalued as banal and never more so than in a culture besotted with technology. Working from her personal observation of the urban environments, her works explore its temporary nature and celebrated the complexity of everyday psychology. Reflecting upon the present time and its society, she enquires on nothing less than human progress and what has been left behind in pursuit of it.
She has shown work in Cemara 6 Galeri-Museum, Jakarta, Indonesia; Culture Station Korea ; Societe Generale at Alliance Francaise de Singapour ; and many other contexts locally and internationally.