Marina DeBris



‘Inconvenience Store’

Exhibited in Batlow from January to June 2022

Artist Statement

‘Inconvenience Store’ is like an average convenience store, the only difference is this store is full of found objects washed up on Sydney’s eastern suburbs beaches and nothing is for sale.

This Shop Art Project is part of the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail which launched on 5 May, 2022 with sculptures in seven locations across 100km in Adelong, Batlow, Courabyra Wines, Johansen Wines, Tumbarumba, Obsession Wines and Tooma.  Funded by the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund of the NSW government.


BFA Graphic Design, Rhode Island School of Design. Lived and worked in Sydney, London, New York and Los Angeles. Began picking up trash along beaches and creeks over a dozen years ago. SxS Bondi 2013, 2015. SxS Cottesloe 2014, SxS Bondi 2017.

Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail School Education Program

The ‘Inconvenience Store’ was one of the shop art projects participating in the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail School Education Program.

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Marina Debris, Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail, Batlow 2022. Photo John Riddell.

This Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Program is jointly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements.