"Double Dutch, a painted red metal-and-plastic rectangular pipe construction, looks like a piece of farming equipment. When plugged in, its rotating rectangles go round and round, appearing to throw themselves over an invisible brink in a perfectly modulated, dense, continuously arching mass." - Edward Rubin, Art News, Nov.1984.
"Double Dutch, involves more traditional kinds of appeal. Frames of red-painted metal pipe gyrate in interlocking reciprocations which produce a sense of graceful continuous dissolution, like the forward edge of a waterfall. Here something of the smooth grandeur of natural, especially astronomical movement is played out..."- Thomas McEvilley, Artforum, Nov. 1984.
“… a red painted metal pipe work, upon and inside of which one imagines the games of children.”- John Gruen, The Soho Weekly News. Sept. 26, 1974.
Double Dutch has been exhibited at:
1973 The World Trade Center, NYC.
1974 OK Harris Gallery, NYC.,
1978 Rutgers University Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ.
1984 Art Galaxy, NYC.
1991 Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem. NC.