“The curator’s own assemblages have the same anxious quality as the show he has chosen. One is a mélange of found objects – bits of weathered wood, a gilded classical column embellished with metal hooks and so on – all of them deployed vertically against a bilingual road sign. Titled “Ridin’ the Rio Grande,” this composition is a comment on the litter afflicting the landscape near the Mexican border. The other one is too complex to describe, beyond saying that it centers on a Baroque table leg surrounded by a fence of folded tin printed with cartoon characters in a landscape and includes numerous knickknacks in metal and plastic.”
Vivien Raynor, The New York Times