Just found this article by the wonderful Kayla Goggin from the Savannah Art Informer (one of my favorite publications and art promoters)! I do appreciate the critique she offers here and I do have to agree with many of her comments. The frame supporting the work could use some engineering modifications, I can't say I didn't learn anything from this experience. If I didn't then it wouldn't really be worth it now would it?
I do have to give a big thank you to Sicky Nar Nar for providing me with the space and the exhibition fellowship. While their identity can be ambiguous and their methods unconventional it is run by a group of passionate artists who are interested in displaying the many facets that create Sicky Nar Nar.