Curriculum Vitae


Curriculum Vitae

Name  Sabrina Susan Fuller

Address 24 Circular Road, Manchester, M20 3LP

Telephone +44 787 6682 798                                   


Website                                                      Instagram @sabrinasusanfuller

Twitter @sabrinaf002

 Relevant education`

2017 Diploma Directing Documentary, Escuela Internacional de Cine y Television (EICTV), Cuba.

2015-17 MA Photography, London College of Communication (LCC)

2004-2005 Higher National Diploma Photography, Mid Cheshire College


Lead Artist Artquest Lifeboat residency Limehouse Art Foundation, February 2018-January 2019

A new job in a new town. Ania Bas’s collaborative writing DIY, funded by LADA and Whitstable Biennial. Sept-Oct 2018

Solo exhibitions

Teatre del passat (Theatre of the past) Sala Montserrat Roig, Pati Llimona, Ciutat Vella Barcelona  Sept-Oct 2011

Kings Pumphouse, People’s History Museum, Manchester, September-October 2010

Se quien quieres ser (Just who you want to be) Sala Ruïnes Pati Llimona, Ciutat Vella Barcelona  March 2007

 Selected recent group shows and screenings include:


-To meet the sea (audio with six annotated photographic prints) in Limbo, Brighton Socially Engaged Art Salon, May 2019

-Grethel, Table exhibition screening night. Swiss Church, Endell St, London WC2H 9DY. March 2019.

-To meet the sea (video). In Invisible Material: process, performance and screenings. London College of Communication, March 2019,

and part of Writing Photographs exhibition in a suitcase. Education in Progress. London College of Communication Lower Street Gallery. March 2019.


-To meet the sea (audio version), BLUNT Open Studio, ACAVA Limehouse Art Foundation, October 2018

-Part of something bigger, Video Art Film Club, Leyden Gallery, London E1, September 2018; and Artists Jamboree, Darlington, June 2018; 

-Habaneras +sound installation, Falmouth Poly February, 2018

-Away, In Sheroes, Ugly Duck, Bermondsey, March 2018


-Habaneras, + sound installation at Proud Archivist, London N1, December 2017

-Away, in VACANT.  IN USE Deptford Old Police Station, part of Deptford X fringe, September 2017

-Part of something bigger. Femfest film night, 47 Tanner Street SEI, September 2017

-Flow, in Writing Photographs, LCC Space, Elephant and Castle SE1, June 2017

-I'll Tell You about the Mermaid, in Three-fold, Butifou Gallery, Hangzhou, China, May 2017

2000-2016: numerous group shows in spaces including Manchester City Art Gallery and Preston Harris Art Gallery.

Recent presentations

Brighton Socially Engaged Art Salon Limbo exhibition. Difference, non-linear time and Limbo. May 2019.

Invisible Material: process, performance and screenings, London College of Communication. Invisible Material: A group residency and a peer mentoring group – a productive process of mutual support. March 2019.

Poetry night Camden Arts Centre: Harsh, uncompromising love poem. March 2019.

Artists Jamboree 20:20 presentation, To meet the sea. Dartington, June 2018.

Encountering Difference Symposium, Exploring Difference,  Camberwell College, February 2018.

Writing photographs lecture series: Part of Something Bigger. London College of Communication. May 2017.

Symposium: Photography and the new generation. I'll tell you about the mermaid. Hangzhou China. April 2017.

Writing photographs lecture series: Manifesto. London College of Communication. June 2016.


Documentation of development of the exhibition Nowruz/New Day at Touchstones Gallery Rochdale 2019

Castlefield Gallery Manchester Associate

Working group member for  Feminist Duration reading group, monthly at Space Studios, Hackney. Led session on Hydrofeminism at Feminist Duration Reading Group. December 2017 and Anti-university event Women Acting Collectively June 2018.

LCC Writing Photographs research group member 2016 - present.

Regular participant in University of the Arts (UAL) feminist/queer performance/ moving image crit network Space for Failure.

LCC MA Photography alumni group, contributing to organisation and realisation of 2017 Alumni show.   

2003- 2008 founding member of Fotografica collective which curated and promoted exhibitions of work of new and innovative North West photography in spaces outside the traditional gallery system.

1999-2005 Treasurer and board member, Redeye Photography Network

Recent published writing

January 2019

December 2018

September 2018

May 2018

December 2017

Collaborative writing

January 2019 Editor Ania Bas, A New Job in a New Town: exploring the potential of co-produced text. Published by Whitstable Biennial.

October 2018 Feminist Duration Reading Group, Co-authoring Values. In Daylight, Vol 1, Published by the Wellcome Trust

Recent courses

Intimate Chaos, Camden Arts Centre February 2019

Politics and protest. Lux, Sept-Oct 2018

Artists film. Tate Modern. June 2018

Performance, power and desire. Camden Art Centre. June 2018

Attention: a workshop with Ben Russell. Lux. February 2018.

Masters of Sex: Feminisms, sexuality and the media and archive. Goldsmiths College. January-March 2018

New Modes of Art Writing Symposium: Intersections of the critical and creative voice. Manchester Metropolitan University October 2017

Location sound recording for artists, LUX, Oct 2017

Sound Design for Installation, Chelsea College, June 2017

Regular attender of LCC's Centre for Research into Sound Arts Practice (CRISaP) Points of Listening Seminars.

To become two: propositions for new feminist political practice, Three part workshop by Alex Martinis Roe, Showroom Gallery, May 2017

Screenwriting workshop led by Anja KirschnerLUX,  February 2017

LCC Writing photographs research group workshops:  Writing and image, Daniela Cascella June and September 2016; Technology and image, Erica Scourti, February 2017; Sound and image, David Mollin, March 2017; Writing Photographs - A debate on how Text and Image relate through Installation followed by workshop with Marcus Coates,  (Tate Modern) May 2017; Voice and image, Ann Théato June 2017.

Voice: a workshop/performance research session. Yael Shavit and Olivia Plender, Open School East (OSE) July 2016

Approaches to feminist and queer politics in artist video Led by Olivia Plender, Open School East March 2016

Writing and photography, Chinese Arts Centre,  2014

Fictional storytelling with Cristina de Middel, Open Eye Gallery, 2014