For Brittany Markert, photography acts as a play of mirrors where her emotions are shared. These photographic montages reveal mechanisms in the work with her apprehension of both the real and imaginary world. For her, reality is not first. Everything is more complex. Brittany Markert proves that an image is never simple. It takes one back to a history of beliefs and demands. Brittany Markert draws her sources from intimate fashion photography. First Lina Scheynius, then, most importantly, Francesca Woodman. Brought up in Southern California, then leaving to go North to Santa Clara University, she received a degree in mathematics....
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