Proceeding from an interest in depictions of the human form, Sanderson combines drawing, collage and monoprinting to manipulate advertisements. “I chose images of men that I consider iconic” — gun-toting movie stars — “and poke fun at them by manipulating them to subvert that masculinity,” he says. In a sense, his artwork is anti-advertising, layering images to provoke new perceptions about gender representation.
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