Each of the present works has a personality, a dignity, a claim of its own on our repsonse. No wonder Louis St.Lewis sometimes speaks, as he borrows the faces and lives of celebrities, about tragedy and sacrifice. Somehow the magic trick has been pulled off, and these cobbled together gatherings of leftover stuff have become the human creatures of which myth is made.
Judith B. Farquahar PhD
Max Pavlesky Professor of Anthropology and Social Sciences
University of Chicaho