…the collaborative team Scherer & Ouporov exhibit the powerful work, Tree-Rain, that records the sound of rain showering a banyan tree, sacred in Asia, when touching the leaves in the air and striking the ground where its’ roots sink.  While the water falls, words in diverse languages from Andrei Bely’s  poem Glossolalia slide down and intertwine over the initial form primordial human sounds:  mother, womb, home, sea, day, night, darkness, death.  In this rain of words, in which a child wanted to sink her hands, are encoded-as this unique pair of artists recognized—creation and destruction, beauty and fear.  

---Adriana Herrera, “MOCA and It’s Journey to the Depths of Art”, El Nuevo Herald, Arts & Letters, September 16, 2007.