"When I read Mez's work, I sometimes think of Masaccio's Expulsion from the Garden of Eden with Adam covering his eyes and Eve her breasts and mons. I begin to hear Carmina Burana--snatches of the sacred and profane. Various tensions are set up between the body and technology, beauty and pain. Sometimes they are affiliations, sometimes skirmishes.

At one point in Greenaway's _Prospero's Books_ the camera moves down a long hallway, filming various scenes. So I can see what [mez] means by architectural....I feel I'm whizzing by images, signs, scenes in space."

-Christy Sheffield Sanford