"There’s something I hadn’t seen before."
"The human shapes are stratified, like the Grand Canyon, with straight lines bending along the bodies’ curves. The stripes are like skin, a zebra’s pelt, but also like slices, and as they spread, the bodies seem to be stretched, pulled apart."− Brian Seibert, New York Times
"Our bodies really are in a way membranes that are operating in a universe of undifferentiated energy. And that’s what I felt in this piece"
− Daanish Masood, UN Advisor
"A beautiful, elegant piece expertly performed with a playful dose of humor"
− Mark Rifkin, This Week in New York
"Dancers morph fluidly like latex"
− Samantha Lim, Brooklyn Paper
"What an exquisite work you’ve created – or rather, birthed. It is fierce and fragile, necessary and immediate, human and strange, beautiful and haunting."
− Elizabeth Hess, Actor and Director, New York University
"And I felt as though she was on this cosmic wave. I felt almost as if I were waiting for Venus to come washing over the shore. She was undulating onto this depth of spatiality, this dark spatiality, and I thought, “She’s dying.” And then I thought, “No, she’s borning."
− Robert Flower, Philosopher, Lemoyne College
− Asohahn Amarasingham, Neuroscientist and Mathematician at CUNY
" -swear like I saw so many images. Protest. I saw fear. I saw two children playing. One didn’t want to play. I saw a girl and a boy riding electric horses and an indifferent crowd. I saw flowers blooming in the ocean. I saw an execution. And it was completely abstract and gestural, so that was astonishing. I’m a neuroscientist…"