Digital image, iPhone screen shots of buffer windows retrofired on an iPhone, placed in a virtual space to pass time
The buffer signifies the liminal pauses between the consumption of information available through online viewing. This buffering is a reminder of the process of the time taken to load information. These 3 dead screens show the forms of buffering, reload and refresh captured mid transition.
In a time of hyper real, high def imagery it appears strange in a culture where filters imitate past processes. For example degrading is akin to pre digital photography. What appears is the aesthetic of time as opposed to its value of capturing a moment. The piece explores the illusion of time that we are confronted with through new technologies.