Friday, 6 September 2013

Setting up "A Survey of the Singapore Psychogeographical Society" at Galerie Steph


A Survey of the Singapore Psychogeographical Society
by Debbie Ding

Opening Reception: 6 September, Friday, 6 – 9pm
The Artist will be present

Artist Talk: 7 September, Saturday, 2.30 – 3.30pm
On till: 12 October

Galerie Steph is pleased to present A Survey of the Singapore Psychogeographical Society by the young yet perspicacious artist Debbie Ding. The solo presentation brings together five series of works that serve as visual documents on and reflections of the urban environment she has lived in and travelled through.

Debbie’s interest in psychogeography has led her to investigate urban cities and its geographical environment to explore its effects on the emotions and behaviour of individuals. She renders mundane daily encounters in the city into a playful excursion – creating an opportunity to construct her own personal narratives against the anonymity that modernity engenders. 

Galerie Steph cordially invites you to tread through the often taken for granted cityscape which Debbie recreates anew for us.

For more information, see:

Galerie Steph
39 Keppel Road
Tanjong Pagar Distripark #01-05
Singapore 089065
Tel: 9176 8641
Hours: Tues-Sat, 12-7pm
closed on public holidays

My solo show at Galerie Steph is opening later today at Galerie Steph - special thanks to Steph for exhibiting my work! Thanks also to Kamiliah for all her help in putting the show together, and thanks to Weilun and the Helutrans guys for setting up and hanging the work yesterday. The opening reception will be at 6pm later, and here are some images from the setup yesterday...










All ready!

My book, Dream Syntax, is also FINALLY READY and will be dispatched soon as well. Many thanks to Alvin from First Printers for the amazing job on the printing. You can still order it online within Singapore at, and on Monday I should be able to sit down and estimate overseas postage for those of you overseas so we can send orders overseas too!



1 comment:

  1. The exhibition looks gorgeous! Wish I could come.