20 August to 7 September
Brenda May Gallery
Awarded the 2013 William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship's residency to the highly regarded British School at Rome, Todd Fuller has immersed himself in Roman art and culture, producing a body of work that expands his oeuvre into unconventional terrain.
He drafts a Pope as the protagonist of these new works, an unlikely muse for a contemporary artist. Investigating themes of power, expectation and burden, Fuller looks beyond the spiritual role of this influential figure via the animation of a compassionate, overwhelmed and lonesome man, not the higher power of typical representations. In these new hand-drawn films, Fuller confronts his colour blindness by extending his palette beyond black, white and grey.
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