“In Rooms, 2016-2017” is more than a series of photographs; it is the proper way to give an improper finger to our current times; a brick thrown through the window of boredom and safety, a shot in the arm of the prefabricated dreams imposed on us throughout our lives, dreams often taken for granted, misunderstood and misrepresented. What the gesture achieves is a lot more than letting some fresh air into the protected spaces of our sanitized, white picket fence collective psyche. The artist’s images are the equivalent of opening the door of an airplane at 30,000 feet above the Earth. Yet, instead of being catastrophic, the result is quite the opposite: a rebirth...
- Florin Ion Firimita, 2018
" Profound and archetypal, Brittany's book paints with radiance on darkness, demonstrating how gender mutilates and sacralizes the psyche. To view her work is an individuation itself. She is a pioneer into the feminine wild - rarely has an artist gone so nakedly into dark places as Brittany Markert whose stunning photography materializes those haunting figures: anima, trickster, persona that lurk inside the being threatening to detonate it - her books a must."
- Susan Rowland PhD. Author: Jung: A Feminist Revision (2002), 2018.
" There are whispers of Brassai, shadows of Man Ray, a hint of Edouard Boubat. But these visual musings aren't created out of the bewildered male gaze. They are authentically, accurately photographs of the female experience developed by someone so gracefully and poignantly, in touch with womanhood. Yet, however feminine, the surreal qualities lend a timeless, queer sensibility thats is absolutely captivating in its aesthetic beauty and brutal Kenneth Anger-esque sexuality."
- Justine Morrow 'No Longer Fear the Flesh' Beautiful Bizarre Magazine #23, 2018.