Superscript

2007, with Harry Meadley and Iona Smith, mixed media

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Commentary

" Superscript as part of UNITED East Street Arts (ESA)

Alex Farrar Harry Meadley Iona Smith

PV: Friday 22 May 6–9pm Saturday 23 May – Friday 5 June [12 – 6on Monday – Saturday]

East Street Arts is proud to present Superscript : a group show with Alex Farrar, Harry Meadley and Iona Smith. Working together under the bracket of the consortium ‘A Latento’, each artist maintains their own autonomous practices, whilst corroborating as a supportive and critical body. Together, the consortium has organised exhibitions, taken residencies and produced a serial publication."

For the assessment of the artists' degrees, the exhibition was relocated to Leeds Met Gallery where it available to view for three hours, before being moved back to ESA in time for the opening of the project space.

exhibitions

Superscript, 2009, Leeds Met Gallery, Leeds, UK. Superscript, 2009, ESA Patrick Studios, Leeds, UK.

Alex Farrar
Born 1986 in Leeds, United Kingdom
CURRENTLY
20.10.17 ‘Distant Constellations’ group exhibition at The Great Medical Disaster, Manchester
6 – 10.10.17 ‘Staging the inhabitable’ group exhibition at Cultureel Centrum het Fijnhout, Jacob van Lennepkade 334, Amsterdam
1.5.17 – 1.5.19 Kindly supported by the Mondriaan Fonds Stipendium for Established Artists
18 – 21.5.17 Arco Lisboa with Dürst Britt & Mayhew
6 – 9.2.17 Guest lecturing for the Autonomous Fine Arts department of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
3.1.17 the ‘suits’ archived book will be distributed by Idea Books and is available now via their website and associated bookshops.
PDFs
cv
portfolio
recent exhibitions
EMAIL
alex.farrar@hotmail.co.uk
WWW.
aaaeflrrrx.eu
sevenpointfourfivebooks.eu
codeduello.eu
alatento.eu
GALLERY
Dürst Britt & Mayhew
info@durstbrittmayhew.com
COLOPHON
aaaeflrrrx.eu was built with the ingenuity and patience of DisplayHooray.
The typeface used throughout is Maria Pro, created by Phil Baber, whose 2010 design for the Index book reappears here in the work pages.
Credit also goes to Qubik for my original website (2010–2014), which lives on in the icon based home page.