Debbie is a visual artist living in the East Midlands, working nationally and internationally. Her practice currently revolves around public engagement, photography, sound and light, and over the last few years she has worked extensively with archive imagery and oral history, drawing from these techniques to feed into her aesthetic.
Debbie Adele Cooper’s work moves between digital and analogue and seeking to create new conversations between the past and today. Debbie’s background is in participation, having worked as Participation Curator for QUAD for many years. Her interest with the public features heavily in her artwork, inviting and enabling interactions, exploring everyday moments and shared experiences, feeding public responses into the creation of new work.
ABOUT THE WORK
What do you love about India / UK? A question that aims to unravel a third space of invention to help form a new future utopia working with algorithms and software entangled with human interactions… produced by New Art Exchange and Quad as part of Here There & Everywhere.
This project responds to UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
THIS WORK IS SUPPORTED BY:
Here There Everywhere, UK