"A similar sense of human-scale monumentality comes across in an accordion-style wooden book, a collaboration with the poet Judith Barrington.  Ms. Barrington's emotionally measured writing and Ms. Azara's simple emblems of handprints and footprints, of a kind familiar from Tibetan Buddhist paintings, are well-matched.  Neither ironic nor guileless, they make vulnerability seem like a considered choice."   -Holland Cotter, Art in Review, The New York Times, 2000