Daniel Fuller is a multidisciplinary artist currently living and working in Houston. He holds a MS degree in Media Forensics from CU Denver and a BS degree in Recording Industry Management from Middle Tennessee State University. Currently, he is managing the Digital Research Commons at the University of Houston's main library which exists to encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary research and build communities of practice around modern digital research methodologies. He previously managed TECHLink Dixon, a branch of Houston Public Library, which focuses on providing the Houston community with free access to makerspace and multimedia technologies. This includes machines such as a laser cutter, embroidery machine, and 3D printers, as well as a fully equipped music studio and video studio. He previously was an awardee of the 2020 Support for Artists and Creative Individuals grant from the Houston Art Alliance for a large scale experiential installation entitled Asymmetry of Entropy. While working towards his master’s at CU Denver, he was awarded an ArtsBridge Scholarship to instruct 8th and 9th grader students in 5.1 surround sound design and audio production techniques. Additionally, while working for the University of Houston’s William R. Jenkins Library he filmed the oral history series Building Houston, a joint collaboration with AIA Houston.

Daniel Fuller (multidisciplinary artist, b. 1983, Texas)

Solo Exhibitions
2020-2021 - Asymmetry of Entropy - SITE Gallery, Houston, TX

Musical Recordings
2023 - nozone layer - The Invisible World Surrounds Us Vol.2
2023 - nozone layer - The Invisible World Surrounds Us Vol.1
2021 - nozone layer - Distillation Theory
2021 - Breakfast Tacos - Camiste Grande (OKHUMAN Remix)
2021 - OKHUMAN - a pointilistic dream
2020 - Breakfast Tacos - Baby Tallu (OKHUMAN Remix)
2020 - OKHUMAN - Hyper Contrafact Outtakes
2020 - Slow Mutants - Demon Core
2017/2020 - OKHUMAN - Syndromes
2016/2020 - OKHUMAN - Acetylene Dream
2016/2020 - OKHUMAN - Fast Life
2015/2020 - OKHUMAN - Cruise Control
2015/2020 - OKHUMAN - Head on the Floor
2012/2020 - OKHUMAN - Bacon Beats
2009/2020 - nozone layer - nue’e ardente
2019 - OKHUMAN - Hyper Contrafact
2010 - Fresh Millions - Fresh Millions (in collaboration with Geoff Earle & Mike Fonseca)

Filmed Works
2017-2021 - Building Houston Oral History Project, Houston, TX
2019-2021 - UH Artists Talk, Houston TX

Collaborative Works
2018 - Horse Dream Horse, 2334 Gulf Terminal Road, Houston, TX (in collaboration with Mateo Tannatt)
2018 - Cunning Objects, University of Houston Organ Recital Hall, Houston, TX (in collaboration with Mateo Tannatt and Markus Cone)
2011 - Glass Elevator, Kunsmiller Theater, Denver, CO (in collaboration with the Kunsmiller 8th and 9th grade students and Martin Palmer)

2010 - NPR Song of the Day - Fresh Millions - Forever

Professional Experience and Teaching
2023-Present - Library Manager - Digital Research Commons - University of Houston

2022-2023 - Library Manager - TECHLink Dixon - Houston Public Library
2016-2021 - Senior Library Specialist - Architecture, Art, and Design Library - University of Houston
2011 - Audio Production Instructor, Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy

Professional Services
2006 - Present - Fuller Audio Solutions - Restoration, Recording, Mastering

MS - Media Forensics - University of Colorado at Denver - 2013
BS - Recording Industry Management - Middle Tennessee State University - 2006

Technical Skills
3D Printing, Audio Production, Die Cutting, Embroidery, Graphic Design, Laser Cutting/Engraving, Multimedia Forensics, Painting, Photography, Project Management, Social Media Management, Videography, Website Design, Woodworking

2021 - City of Galveston’s Cultural Arts Commission - Public Art Grant
2020 - Seismique Museum - Call for Art Installations (awarded but not taken)
2020 - Houston Arts Alliance - Support for Artists and Creative Individuals Grant
2011 - University of Colorado at Denver College of Arts and Media/ArtsBridge America - ArtsBridge Scholarship
2006 - University of Texas at Dallas - Academic Distinction Scholarship

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