Todd Fuller, a young Sydney based artist working across several mediums, including hand drawn animated film, painting, wall drawings, ceramics, bronze sculpture and performance art.
Todd finds animation to be the ultimate tool for storytelling. His narratives are autobiographical, metaphorical, and highly personal. Widely accessible through themes of love, loss, masculinity and the absurdity of the human condition, the ‘every man’ they depict is applicable to us all. In March 2017 as part of the Hill End Artist in Residence program Todd created the animated series, Icarus of the Hill. Combining analogue filmmaking with drawing and painting Todd’s animations explore the significance of place, narratives of history and his experiences.
A young and talented artist, he has been granted several residencies including to Paris and Rome and several throughout Australia.
Todd has been included in many group shows and has regularly had solo shows in Sydney with Brenda May Gallery (now known as May Space).
"LITTLE STAR" 2015 image still from hand drawn digital film titled "Little Star"
Image by courtesy of the artist and May Space, Waterloo, Australia