In Buckeridge's work the surface evolves through a series of dissonant events, each layer is a counter action which supersedes the previous action, each line or mark becomes and forms a kind of logical or even illogical sequence which divides the space, the line traverses the surface as if searching for a route, often forming or reforming spatial relationships. Each line or mark operates independently from each other (neither one is a clone of the other but a new species), each starting point is an approximation or a hesitation, groping and awkward with a beginning and an end. The actions are uncertain and probing, this diffidence is important to the uniqueness of each work. The painting/drawing becomes a history of imperfections or spontaneous actions, which transforms the surface into a series of activities, corrections, stops and starts. Sometimes the surface suggests a landscape or an architectural space ' this result is incidental, he expresses that âI am more interested in how the surface becomes a synthesis of many actions and in turn reveal a history or memory of past actions or events. â
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