Born in Quito, Ecuador and raised over both North and South America, Andrew Miguel Fuller currently resides on the razor-thin border between South Berkeley and Oakland in the San Francisco Bay Area. Holding a degree from the University of California at Berkeley in Society & Environment, his artwork often raises questions of the inter- and independence of the human animal and the larger planet on which it lives.
In addition to my own design portfolio, I’ve helped design, fabricate and internationally install large- and monumental-scale artworks on the behalf of the studios of other artists. These works include:
- Fabrication of 18’ tall stainless steel “Truth is Beauty” for artist Marco Cochrane
- Design assistance and sculptural lead/foreman in fabrication and installation of multiple 25’+ tall kinetic artworks by artist Peter Hudson including “Charon,” “Tantalus,” and “Eternal Return,” and “Homouroboros,” installed in USA, UK, Netherlands, and Germany.
- Fabrication assistance of multiple large- and monumental-scale sculptures by artist Michael Christian, including “Home,” “Keynote,” “Candelaphytes,” “Jejunum,” “Flock,” and “Brainchild.”
- Fabrication and installation assistance for a Bear Flag LLC sculptural installation at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
- Installation consultation and assistance for artist Mark Lottor’s sculptural installation, “Google Cubeatron,” at the Google campus in Mountainview, CA
- Crane and Senior Heavy Equipment Operator for specialty installation of numerous honorarium artworks on behalf of Black Rock City LLC during production of their Burning Man Festival between 2011-2018.
- Art Department troubleshooting and fabrication for Hermès International’s $6 million store opening event for their first store opening in 10 years, in Palo Alto, CA
- Fabrication for steel support structure in the creation of the first ever sculpture by internationally renown graffiti artist, GATS
- Surface finishing and sculptural QA work of 20’ tall stainless steel public art commission for Cozo Industries, to be installed in downtown Oakland in January 2019