20 February to 17 March
Brenda May Gallery
Todd Fuller's newest animation, 'Unite project', is a participatory artwork surveying a range of responses to marriage equality. Fuller supplied members of the public with black + white stills from the film depicting two men engaged in a passionate kiss. The participants were encouraged to respond to the image by colouring in the figures with the resulting images complied into a hand drawn animation.
'This work extends my collaboration with Amy Hill (2008), which investigated the consequences of language on a young queer community, as well as more recent work that has subtly raised sexual-political issues.'
You can still contribute to the 'Unite Project' by dropping in to the Gallery for a colouring-in session for adults on Saturday 5 March from 12-2pm, as part of Art Month Sydney. Visitors are invited to sit and respond to the work through drawing, colouring, writing or collage. To date, over 300 people have completed their own frames which have been scanned and inserted into the 'Unite Project - 1st Generation'.
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