acrylic & polycrylic, gypsum, plywood, 4x6 photograph (digital print)
DNA Gallery, London ON
July 5-28, 2018
A buffer is a temporary location for a transitional state: a layer that sits between one thing and another. A buffer is provisional, protective, and a postponement of transmission. A buffer gathers around, ahead of, and on the surface of images. Buffering takes the place of a clear image, in advance of its arrival. To buff an object is to try to make it shine, to make it ready to show itself. A buffer is a promise.