Documentation from KETCHUP

The Ketchup exhibition by Chunning (Maggie) Guo in Central Saint Martin’s Window Gallery was extended by two weeks due to popular demand.

Setting up (thanks to Judy Wang):

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The exhibition: Window I

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The exhibition: Window II

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Private View

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Presentation

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During her presentation, Maggie described how, based on incidents from her husband, Baishen Yan’s childhood in a secret military base,┬áthe installation served as a materialisation of some of the ideas behind the film. A telephone call from her mother-in-law and the sensual memory trigger of tomatoes being made into ketchup, inspired her script for the film.

Watch the film on Vimeo:

Curated by Birgitta Hosea. Photos by Birgitta Hosea and Chunning Guo.

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One Comment

  1. Angie Nutt
    Posted December 8, 2014 at 1:50 pm | Permalink

    Very poignant. Superbly crafted film.

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