In its September 2015 edition, Sculpture Magazine reviewed Ted Victoria's recent exhibition that was on view at Robert Miller Gallery January through February 2015. In the review, art critic Joyce Beckenstein comments,
Ted Victoria continues to baffle and enlighten viewers with works that explore relationships between actual objects and their photographic representations. Iconic sea monkeys, aswim in projection boxes, along with banal objects sequestered within enigmatic camera obscura constructions, still prevail. But Victoria now gives greater stage presence to his process, incorporating it as an integral component of his photography-as-sculpture. The results have us experiencing his works through the double lens of optical science and visual perception, their outcomes amplifying the disconnects between reality and illusion.