Allan Wexler, The Shape of Form

"Wexler, who trained as an architect, has chosen not to place his trust in the normal functioning of things. He stages dramas of distrust by linking function and behaviour in a variety of often absurd and paradoxical ways...He is less concerned with the impenetrable complexity of the world of objects than with the complexity of our culture and behavior that objects can be brought to reveal." -Bernd Schultz