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Sally Brecher's Glass Houses
Brecher photographs ordinary objects found at home and arranged as still life compositions as a meditation on our experiences over the past year. With the house as a symbol of confinement, she explores ways the pandemic could transition from a purely terrifying experience to a more playful or creative one. Drawing on the experience of isolation and confinement from a childhood illness, Brecher’s object portraits focus on simple elements and ask the viewer to contemplate the ways in which artists breathe life into objects and why that matters.