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Simon Farid

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Crescent Arts

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Crescent Arts

The Crescent

Scarborough, North Yorkshire,YO11 2PW

United Kingdom

Company Description

Crescent Arts supports and promotes contemporary visual arts, working to create a wider audience for it. We present an ambitious programme in a stimulating and engaging environment, supporting artists and encouraging active participation in the visual arts by ...more

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Crescent Arts » SIMON FARID

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SIMON FARID
This new installation by Simon Farid at Crescent Artspace in Queen Street reveals an extensive, detailed, almost obsessive process on the part of the artist; a process which comprises never-ending excavation, investigation, fabrication, documentation and speculation. It is a creative process which relishes, observes and ponders, examines and tests the blurring of 'truth' and 'fiction', the 'real' and the 'illusive'. "(The work) involves many histories, whether real or imagined. We are in Alexandria in 50BC, and in Rome in 1962, and for this production, maybe Scarborough in 2011? Simon Farid 2011 Simon Farid delights in the juxtaposition and superimposition of people and places. He takes a great deal of time and trouble with a multiplicity of re-constructions and re-enactments of stories, events and situations. He sifts and edits and mixes, adding to and compounding layers of the 'factional' to those already embedded in the material. The film itself, excerpts of the film, re-enactments of excerpts of the film (the kiss), projections of enactments and re-enactments, plans and models of places and people, contemporary press images, journalistic articles and accounts, and so on. Simon Farid has been resident at Crescent Arts for the past 18 months. He graduated from Central St. Martins, London, with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2009. He was the recipient of an individual award from Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts in 2010 for a research visit to Cairo and to assist the production of this work. Simon Farid would like to thank: Helen Donnelly, Stuart Cameron, Amanda Holderness, Martin Emerson, Jessica Butcher, Tom Rosenthal, Faye Merralls, Joe Rizzo-Naudi, Mark Farid, Neill Warhurst, Crescent Arts, Arts Council England Yorkshire, The Lost Theatre, Scarborough Borough Council, Comet, CEL, University of Hull.


Crescent Arts » Archive 2011

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SIMON FARID
This new installation by Simon Farid at Crescent Artspace in Queen Street reveals an extensive, detailed, almost obsessive process on the part of the artist; a process which comprises never-ending excavation, investigation, fabrication, documentation and speculation. It is a creative process which relishes, observes and ponders, examines and tests the blurring of 'truth' and 'fiction', the 'real' and the 'illusive'. "(The work) involves many histories, whether real or imagined. We are in Alexandria in 50BC, and in Rome in 1962, and for this production, maybe Scarborough in 2011? Simon Farid 2011 Simon Farid delights in the juxtaposition and superimposition of people and places. He takes a great deal of time and trouble with a multiplicity of re-constructions and re-enactments of stories, events and situations. He sifts and edits and mixes, adding to and compounding layers of the 'factional' to those already embedded in the material. The film itself, excerpts of the film, re-enactments of excerpts of the film (the kiss), projections of enactments and re-enactments, plans and models of places and people, contemporary press images, journalistic articles and accounts, and so on. Simon Farid has been resident at Crescent Arts for the past 18 months. He graduated from Central St. Martins, London, with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2009. He was the recipient of an individual award from Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts in 2010 for a research visit to Cairo and to assist the production of this work. Simon Farid would like to thank: Helen Donnelly, Stuart Cameron, Amanda Holderness, Martin Emerson, Jessica Butcher, Tom Rosenthal, Faye Merralls, Joe Rizzo-Naudi, Mark Farid, Neill Warhurst, Crescent Arts, Arts Council England Yorkshire, The Lost Theatre, Scarborough Borough Council, Comet, CEL, University of Hull. Webb-Ellis, Susan Timmins, Karen Thompson, Susan Slann, Simon Farid, Dawn Brooks This exhibition provides a response which ranges across Simon Farid's video walk through Cairo, Susan Slann's sewn canvas, to Dawn Brooks's automatic drawing and mark-making for intaglio print.


Crescent Arts » SIMON FARID

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SIMON FARID
Crescent Arts > SIMON FARID SIMON FARID This new installation by Simon Farid at Crescent Artspace in Queen Street reveals an extensive, detailed, almost obsessive process on the part of the artist; a process which comprises never-ending excavation, investigation, fabrication, documentation and speculation. It is a creative process which relishes, observes and ponders, examines and tests the blurring of 'truth' and 'fiction', the 'real' and the 'illusive'. "(The work) involves many histories, whether real or imagined. We are in Alexandria in 50BC, and in Rome in 1962, and for this production, maybe Scarborough in 2011? Simon Farid 2011 Simon Farid delights in the juxtaposition and superimposition of people and places. He takes a great deal of time and trouble with a multiplicity of re-constructions and re-enactments of stories, events and situations. He sifts and edits and mixes, adding to and compounding layers of the 'factional' to those already embedded in the material. The film itself, excerpts of the film, re-enactments of excerpts of the film (the kiss), projections of enactments and re-enactments, plans and models of places and people, contemporary press images, journalistic articles and accounts, and so on. Simon Farid has been resident at Crescent Arts for the past 18 months. He graduated from Central St. Martins, London, with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2009. He was the recipient of an individual award from Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts in 2010 for a research visit to Cairo and to assist the production of this work. Simon Farid would like to thank: Helen Donnelly, Stuart Cameron, Amanda Holderness, Martin Emerson, Jessica Butcher, Tom Rosenthal, Faye Merralls, Joe Rizzo-Naudi, Mark Farid, Neill Warhurst, Crescent Arts, Arts Council England Yorkshire, The Lost Theatre, Scarborough Borough Council, Comet, CEL, University of Hull.


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SIMON FARID NEW INSTALLATION
Simon Farid Simon Farid, 2011 Simon Farid, 2011 This new installation by Simon Farid at Crescent Artspace in Queen Street reveals an extensive, detailed, almost obsessive process on the part of the artist; a process which comprises never-ending excavation, investigation, fabrication, documentation and speculation. It is a creative process which relishes, observes and ponders, examines and tests the blurring of 'truth' and 'fiction', the 'real' and the 'illusive'. "(The work) involves many histories, whether real or imagined. We are in Alexandria in 50BC, and in Rome in 1962, and for this production, maybe Scarborough in 2011? Simon Farid 2011 Simon Farid delights in the juxtaposition and superimposition of people and places. He takes a great deal of time and trouble with a multiplicity of re-constructions and re-enactments of stories, events and situations. He sifts and edits and mixes, adding to and compounding layers of the 'factional' to those already embedded in the material. The film itself, excerpts of the film, re-enactments of excerpts of the film (the kiss), projections of enactments and re-enactments, plans and models of places and people, contemporary press images, journalistic articles and accounts, and so on. Simon Farid has been resident at Crescent Arts for the past 18 months. He graduated from Central St. Martins, London, with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2009. He was the recipient of an individual award from Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts in 2010 for a research visit to Cairo and to assist the production of this work. Simon Farid would like to thank: Helen Donnelly, Stuart Cameron, Amanda Holderness, Martin Emerson, Jessica Butcher, Tom Rosenthal, Faye Merralls, Joe Rizzo-Naudi, Mark Farid, Neill Warhurst, Crescent Arts, Arts Council England Yorkshire, The Lost Theatre, Scarborough Borough Council, Comet, CEL, University of Hull. Susan Slann, Simon Farid, Dawn Brooks This exhibition provides a response which ranges across Simon Farid's video walk through Cairo, Susan Slann's sewn canvas, to Dawn Brooks's automatic drawing and mark-making for intaglio print.


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In The Show Trial of Mark Kennedy & Mark Stone, artist Simon Farid interprets this unique story through video installation and live performance art.
Cramped together with certain sections illuminated by a coarse yellow highlighter, the middle of the room displays transcriptions of interviews Farid took with people in relation to the Kennedy case. Simon Farid graduated from Central St Martins in 2009 and in the three short years since he has been a resident artist at Crescent Arts in Scarborough, held an arts council funded solo-show at Crescent Arts, as well as featuring in multiple group shows around the country.


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