In a recent article Snook was interviewed by journalist Sophie de Rosee on the concept of memento mori. "Snook weaves philosophical notions of memento mori, reflections on death and mortality into her commissions"
In the group exhibition, curated by the late and brilliant Rebecca Fairman, Snook's work was reviewed by Tom//Out as speaking, "of anxiety and disquiet (triggered by age and decline) around the nexus of appearance and sleep (with its twin energies of both rejuvenation and death).
Snook was awarded special commendation by Lana Bountakidou, who described her work as, "humorously portraying our obsession with sex and sexual orientation".
Jane Boyer, artist, curator, researcher and writer, said of Snook's fairytales in this group exhibition, "Lisa's stories haunt me and trace through my memory as I carry on with my daily work. That's the mark of a powerful tale which touches real experience."
In her solo show, Culture 24 described Snook's work as, "adding a powerful voice to our contemporary understanding of mortality ".