Working in fluid acrylic, Dempcy uses a dropper to apply the paint to the clayboard surfaces. Much like a scientist experimenting in a lab using controls, introducing elements and allowing them to interact; Dempcy paints several spots at a time, controlling the rate of application as well as absorption. The whole painting is done in one session, wet into wet, to allow the paint to spread and bleed and colors to mix on the panel. The resulting images clearly express ideas relating to biology and genetics. Dempcy’s expressions however manifest cellular looking structures that are defined by their acidic candy colors.