Does art imitate life, or is life itself the art? The lines are the most challenging kind of blurred in Mark Trost’s honest, unflinching work, Unzipped. An unfiltered look at human relationships and self-evaluation – and above all, the power of language to bind, unravel and otherwise change the course of one’s moral and spiritual journey. It’s impossible to walk away from Trost’s script unaffected.
– Becky Sarwate, Critic, EDGE Media Network Chicago