This collection of works could just as well been called a group of portraits as a show of assemblages. These bodies are human. Their impressive size, a move towards larger scale for St.Lewis, makes the same claims on interpersonal space that humans do. They practically reach out and grab us with their branchy arms; they threaten us with six-guns; they aim their naughty bits right at us, daring us to touch.
Judith B. Farquhar, PhD
Max Palevsky Professor of Anthropology and Social Sciences
University of Chicago