by Glynn Pogue, Fjord's Review 2016
"Rifka's Work Seems At All Times To Change By Leaps And Bounds Rather Than In A Smooth Progression."
"Rifka . . . Has Managed To Achieve The Experience Of Indeterminacy That Has Become The Principle Symbol Of The Age."
"The Artist, Herself A Study In Energy And Motion, Leaves A Trail Of Stories As To Her Own Vitality."
"Rifka adopted a feminist position which led her to appropriate techniques of the male gaze as an art strategy."
"Rifka Is Taking Visitors On A Vibrant Journey Through History And Biology."
Quiet Lunch Magazine, Spring 2016
By Mark BlochWhitehot Magazine, August 2016
"In The Urgency Of Her Forms And The Speed Of Their Transmission We Encounter Ourselves — The Self Of Now And The Self To Come — Pulsing, Beating, Evolving, 'Post.' In Other Words, Alive."