"Terra Nullius is a mixed media installation composed of painting as image, architectural intervention, and public discussion. The pivot point is “Thirty Foot Wall,” which is just that: a thirty-foot expanse of white on white paint on door skin that bifurcates the exhibition area, delineating and restricting both pictorial and physical space.
Two words or almost words emerge from the surface of the thickly troweled paint. These words are based on CAPTCHA, the security system used to block spam bots from entering Internet sites, serving as a kind of virtual border control.
As a wall or sign, it posits subtle questions of access and sovereignty. As a painting, it is a strikingly elegant piece of sensory haiku. The physicality of its painterly texture and layered treatment of white recall the minimally charged paintings of Robert Ryman."
(Julia Couzens, Sacramento Bee)