I absolutely love Brady's photography concepts, and find every photo fascinating. Her work is very strange and nteresting, encouraging you to think about the deeper meaning behind it. I love how her work rarely shows the faces of the women, to show the objectification of women, and the theme of nudity as if a woman is a blank canvas.
Above, I translate this to mean that a woman is just another object in a man's drawer, another feature of his wardrobe, a concept I really like and find Brady has translated very creatively with her image. The image also holds a certain eery air of death, as it looks like a dead, lifeless, limp body.
Below, shows extendions of hair all over the female, which I take to be Brady making the point about the 21st Century obsession of women being hairless, and also having long fake hair on their heads, and extended fake lashes etc.
I really love these spaghetti images, as I feel they are showing the suffocation of women through the food they cook in the kitchen, showing it stifiling their individuality, voice, and what makes them a human. I think this is a fantastic idea, and is something I would like to experiment with in my work.
The above photo yet again plays with the idea of dead imagery, a recurring theme in Brady's work, and shows a women with her head in a suitcase, perhaps symbolising her being an object, removing identity without her face in the image. To the left is more dead imagery, with the lip stained bag, the lips being another recurring theme in Brady's work, a symbol for the sexualisation of women.