Renee Stout explores a dream in 'The House of Chance and Mischief'
October 14, 2010
Michael O'Sullivan, The Washington Post
"If it sounds like a straightforward, if slightly poetic, definition of the human subconscious, that's pretty much what it is. The architectural structure Stout refers to is a metaphor taken from an old, recurring dream of hers, in which the artist would find herself wandering through a familiar-looking house whose inner doors opened onto rooms she never knew existed."