BB "A gap or a hiatus in the real is what fascinates me about photography. This paradox that we have to shuttle visually and conceptually between seeing the image as a thing in itself and a record of actual entities. A palpable evanescence; things that insist and vanish in the same moment."
DP "Bianca Brunner has a raw and experimental studio process, converting found materials into minimal, often abstract images where components are reduced to their most essential forms. She plays with scale, changing dimensions to disguise the subject, and creating images that often look like drawings or prints. She uses photography to obscure what is real, inherently challenging how we understand and interpret what we see."