"Ghostly Meanings" – Miguel Gutierrez in The New Yorker Feb 18, 2014
"Two large screens hung from the ceiling at opposite sides of the room, and in the center of the space a white parachute was suspended by its edges, lit from behind, resembling an inverted jellyfish. A shallow white box had been placed on the floor under one of the screens; a vast white curtain hung on the side of the space with no seats, and opposite it was a smaller white curtain. Before the show began, we heard a man’s voice, but it was only barely audible, owing to the shimmery music overlaying it. This was a tantalizing beginning: I wanted to understand what the voice was saying but was continually thwarted. Meaning remained just out of reach."
Read the article in The New Yorker.