In this series, instructional videos take on tropes from YouTube to subvert audience expectation. In “How to Make an Egg Roll,” Estabrook deadpans her way through the introduction, promising her viewers a quick and easy recipe. By the time she suggests beginning with a Kiehl's moisturizer and slicks black eyeliner across her lids, the video has changed to Terrence Malick-esque meditation on ocean water and the reflection in a woman's eye. It's deeply upsetting, but so lovingly crafted—Estabrook is a phenomenal filmmaker, and considers video her primary medium—that you're never really sure what exactly you're watching. But just because there's humor, it doesn't mean that the artist is treating her subject lightly.
— Laura Hutson Hunter, from Three American Bodies, New Gallery, Austin Peay State University Catalogue