This is cool art, intellectual art. It does not speak to your feelings
but to your thinking. It does not disclose how Angela Schilling feels
about things but how she sees them and thinks about them. And what she
sees is something we knew but were not aware of.
What she thinks is something we instantly recognize as being true but
didn't think of before. Her works are condensed expressions of insights.
As such they have a verbal quality but they are much more effective than
words, because they make us see what she has seen and understand what she
has discovered in a direct, perceptual way.

Peter Indefrey, MD PhD