What Margo creates has the beauty of the primitive Venus images. She lays bare the inside of bodies and creates an elementary world, powerful, flaming and wild. We get a strong desire to touch those strange objects which seem to us so familiar and at the same time so forbidding. We want to feel their tactile reality. In touching them we feel suddendly that they respond, that they move. While making a piece move we experience a strange sensation: in touching and bringing to life those mysterious masses, we feel a change in ourselves. Parts of the sculpture seem to become parts of ourselves, whereas our own arms, hands and legs seem no longer to belong to us - we are in the grip of a sensuous current.
The objects which she creates do not belong to the world of reality. They are at home beyond the limits of rationality, even as they are beyond good and evil.
André Parinaud (excerpts)