Photo Credit: Maureen Hills


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Camouflage (Hulinhjálmsteinn)
Sarah Fuller

February 4 - March 18, 2017
Opening Reception February 18, 1:00 PM

Sarah Fuller earned a BFA from the Emily Carr University in Vancouver after completing her first two years of study at the University of Manitoba, School of Fine Arts. In the Summer of 2011, Sarah attended the XVII Advanced Course in Visual Arts Dream Seminar II with Susan Hiller at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como, Italy.  Sarah’s current work explores layers of history and narrative through the use of the photographic object. An underlying feature in her work is displacement – be it physical, psychological or constructed. In Camouflage (Hulinhjálmsteinn), she is exploring mimicry and camouflage as a way to assimilate into a foreign landscape. This work represents a conceptual exploration of what it means to be from one place but have ties to another.