Time: September 24, 2023 • 7:00 – 8:00 PM
Place: Kamp Hall, Paklenica National park
Predaje: Sarah Fuller, MFA BFA photography, WFR, ACMG AHG
Organized by: Histeria Nova in collaboration with National park Paklenica
Sarah Fuller makes work about place, local narratives and ecosystems. This often relates to human intervention in the landscape and ‘more than human’  experiences of the land.
Photographic history and processes weave themselves into her art production along with an interest in materiality and the way an image is created. Often in her work, a photograph becomes re-inserted back into the landscape in some way, speaking to ideas of memory and replication.
For the past ten years, Sarah’s practice has focused on submerged narratives not immediately apparent in the landscape. Her work often employs theatrical illusions, mimicry and hand-made camouflage to integrate photographic objects into the land, as well as photo collage and video performance.
Sarah's lecture is full of multimedia presentations of all of the above, and her speech will offer an explanation of these topics and the ways in which they are intertwined in her collaboration with Aeriosa Dance Society and Histeria Nova in the project "Biennale of the New Movement 2023" with an emphasis on the ecosystems of the Paklenica National Park.
Whitebark Pine, Canadian Rockies No. 2. Inkjet print. 40”x40”. 2022. © Sarah Fuller
Image still from the video Experiment in Landscape No. 2 (2012) © Sarah Fuller