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Mills’ style takes on elements of redaction, interruption, marginalia, collage, sociology and much more. It’s part Duchamp, part Darwin and part Warhol. It’s insightful, and Mills’ questions are deftly designed to chip away at our assumptions. But while it is undeniably subversive, Mills’ project could not be more humanistic or compassionate.

“Human Topographies” is a complete show: It’s interesting, educational, entertaining and important.

—Daniel Kany, "Art Review, Mapping data makes for informative art at CMCA". Maine Sunday Telegram, July 7, 2019