NY TIMES

“They’re precise,” said Michael Brod, the gallery’s owner and the creator of the installation. “I like the uniformity of them. To be able to encapsulate a life in a thousand words, and to do such an eloquent job, it’s very democratic.” Read More

ART WAVES

“I spend a lot of time just doing that [thinking]. I think a lot of people spend a lot of time thinking but they feel guilty about it, because we’re this sort of work-driven culture that if you’re not in some state of mind where you’re actually producing [...] producing thoughts does not seem to have the same value as producing widgets.” Listen

ONOFFRAMP

“The space is small. It looks like something that might have once been a Gypsy fortune telling parlor, or a place where they staged newspapers for Sunday deliveries. A place that would have been used even if the utilities weren't turned on.” Read more