Sarah Fuller is a Canadian artist who works across the mediums of photography, video and installation. Sarah has been an artist in residence at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Yukon, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Italy, and the Association of Visual Artists (SIM), Iceland. In 2015 she travelled to Australia to undertake independent research supported by a Canada Council for the Arts International Self-Directed residency grant. She holds a MFA from the University of Ottawa and a BFA from Emily Carr University.
Recent exhibitions include And perhaps in me someone very old still hears the living sound of wood at the Ottawa Art Gallery, Camouflage (Hulinhjálmsteinn) at Christine Klassen Gallery and See Attached, a collaboration with Dianne Bos, at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery.
Her work is in the collections of the Canada Council for the Arts Art Bank, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Indie Photobook Library, and the Walter Phillips Gallery.