“Richelle Gribble’s exploration of individual, collective and ‘multiverse’ identities in age of digital and genetic networking reflects an unusually sincere and high craft approach to exploring the atomized elephant in the room–the societal space we all share. Digital technology has reduced contemporary life to a sometimes amazing, yet often prosaic and maddening, realm of minutia, a morass of digital bits, accelerated atoms and strands of sometimes errant DNA, but Gribble obviously finds no end of poetic wonder in the chaos of the behavioral networks of microbiology and collective sociology that she renders in sharp detail in her attempt to answer the question: ‘how does connectivity influence our lives and our future?'”

_ D. Eric Bookhardt, critic for Gambit Weekly, New Orleans, LA

© 2018 Richelle Gribble