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As a whole, Deb’s haunting reproductions call into question modern-day communication. On the basis that an alarming amount of photographic intent fails to convey sincere, emotive inter-cultural and/or inter-personal discourse, what does this say about our contemporary methods of communication in general?

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– James Springer

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The work also bridges the gap between the tangible and the intangible in a charming, non-self-conscious way. It serves as a comparison between what is real:physical, and what is unreal:virtual, a boundary that in contemporary existence is increasingly becoming blurred.

– Ju Underwood

News & Media Coverage

Monochrome Awards Honourable mention

An Exploration of human dependence, focus on virtual world

The Straits Times Coverage

Affordable Art Fair 2019 Spotlight

Turning digital waste into art

Rainbow Centre Fund Raiser

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