Discarded life buoy, paint.
Fixed on points near large bodies of open water, life buoys offer a ring of safety in crisis on the water.
Crisis offers an opportunity to step into new awareness; to cut yourself adrift to change or return to the familiarity of a safe harbour.
The circular laws of both alchemy and physics dictate that matter can be neither created nor destroyed.
You can only gain in proportion to what you lose.
Marina Dempster is a multidisciplinary artist, curator and professional photographer. Her sculptural fibre art has been exhibited internationally in a over a dozen art museums including the Cheoungju International Biennale, representing some of the best of Canadian Craft, while her commercial and portrait/documentary photography work has seen her win awards, including a Juno.