Geometric shapes are not typically considered a bastion of personal memory, but the stacked, opened-out cubes in Dylan Yvonne Welchs prints take me back to the video arcade of my mid-80s youth, where I loved to play Q*bert. (I dug Ms. Pac-Man too, but thats for another review.) Welchs patterned planes conjure other associations: salami slices, outer space, clouds made of gods fingerprints, the building blocks of life. Her compositions are playful and weird, qualities achieved at least in part through Welchs decidedly contemporary take on the ancient process of etching: after creating her plates, she scans them into a computer then rearranges, multiplies, enlarges, squeezes and flips them before outputting the final arrangement on an inkjet printer. Concerned about the demise of traditional printing methods, as we fret about the disappearance of print in general? Dont worryits all on paper.