There is a sensuality inherent to weathered wood, an eroticism in the character, whether real or imagined, of old barns and shacks and woodsheds. Aged and worn at the tail of years, the stories are in the boards, the smoky windows, the moss-capped shingles.
"A Crack Without Glass" is a collection of unabashed self-portraits taken in seasoned rural buildings. The photographs illustrate the rustic character of the tumbledowns and the lusty thoughts fired by their rich history.
"Sanderson portrays his alter ego with bold, in-your-face allure. Sit down, hang on. Prepare to meet his soul in this exquisite collection of autophotographs."
"In the increasingly crowded world of self-portraitists Sanderson distinguishes himself with intelligence, humour and his willingness to let us see exactly what we want to see without being coy about it. With his cock, balls and anus all on full view at the same time I'm instantly sated and can get on with enjoying the rest of the picture. His troika of male sexuality on display is only the front door. Enter at your own risk."
Renowned photographer Tom Clark; USA
"Your photos, again and as always, truly inspire
me. Such exuberance and raw animalistic power!"
Sanderson is a Canadian writer and photographer, focusing on the wilderness and nude self-portraiture. He has explored the countryside in three provinces: British Columbia, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick.
Tomass Hawkke's Wildbush Trail Publicado 17 de marzo de 2015