Details"Hold That Blade Gillette takes a common tool and in few lines speaks to its amazing mechanism; harnessing a blade just perfectly from cutting one’s throat, it resembles nothing so much as a modern day crucifix."
"These works align digital imagery with utilitarian tools, while also extending their pop cultural interpretations. They pay homage to the way the Old Masters depicted and interpreted everyday objects. Much like “nature morte” they speak to a larger life/death struggle and contain spiritual energy beyond the subjects themselves."
Roz Dimon, 2014