Art New England Review -Marietta Hoferer-"Appearance of Clarity: Works in Black and White" show in Stowe, Vermont, curated by Amy Rahn.
by Meg Brazill
"Hoferer's works on paper, made from graphite and thousands of small squares of glossy strapping tape, are emblematic of the show since, behind the minimatlist visuals, a set of rule-based logic exists. The resultant imagery resembles snowflakes, textile patterns, or molecular structures. Patterns shift and change as you move toward them, and seem to disappear or reappear in systematic variations."