Black ink on archival cotton board. 91cm x 116cm
It is the unspeakable feeling that a place transmits which Fuller communicates in the intricate detailing of a city with immeasurable density.
London Town is a new map in the series. Drawing began in 2005 and was completed in 2015. It is a meticulously drawn, sometimes cryptic but ultimately accessible map of our shared home, mirroring the city and its unmistakable vibe. Instantly recognisable not by the obvious landmarks, but by the hedonistic, enchanting chaos, crazy beautiful, ‘Too much' metropolis that it is. The work is a mesmerising kaleidoscope to our association with youth, adolescence and progress into adulthood. Fuller lived, breathed and morphed into the capital to channel its character onto the map.
The unveiling of 'London Town' took place inside the St Pancras Clock, London.
Delve into the cryptic drawings of London Town; the unstoppable skyscrapers, dingy underground clubs, its decadence, the infinite energy, creativity, the expansion, its systems and its future. London Town is an emotional conversation that an audience can join, read, experience and create new. Learn more about Fuller.
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The ten chimes from Big Ben symbolise the period in which London Town was drawn.
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