Ali Sanderson : spewtiful


Ali Sanderson : spewtiful

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Catalogue of an exhibition held at Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Studio 12, 3 February - 4 March 2006.
A kind of offbeat, audiovisual family portrait, Ali Sandersons exhibition Spewtiful evokes humour, sentimentality, absurdity and melancholic reflecton - often simultaneously. A large video projection reveals a resplendently kitsch beach sunset, against which images of a young man and woman fade in and out, miming the lyrics to an old-time musical number. In fact, the young couple are Sanderson and her boyfriend Ben
and the music is played and performed by Bens parents, who are former amateur theatre players.
Essay by Veronica Tello.




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