"On the way home from the BeZI computer, I stopped in at a gallery where there was a show by Petah Coyne. Vast webs of hair, ensnaring animals and birds, were stretched across the walls. In corners stood small Madonna-like figures weighed down by yards and yards of tresses. It was a poignant reminder of how many of us are still living in ignorance, trapped and martyred by our own hair."
— Mary Tannen, New York Times Magazine 'It's The Hair, Stupid.'