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Mark Farid

Mark Farid, born in 1992, is a conceptual artist.

Mark Farid

Farid examines the formation of our projected-self, and how our constructed identity is shaped by cultural, societal, and political expectations.

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Farid graduated from Kingston University, London, with a First Class (Hons) degree in Fine Art in 2014, and has since given talks and participated in group and solo exhibitions in England, France, Germany, Denmark, UAE, and Japan.

Farid gave a TEDx talk in 2017 about his first two projects, Data Shadow (2015), and Poisonous Antidote (2016), and took part in the Sundance New Frontier program, Utah, in 2016 for an on-going project, Seeing I (2019).

Farid has appeared on Sky News, Fox News, Arte, BBC Radio 4, the Guardian, the Independent, the New Statesman, and has written about his work for the Telegraph.

Mark Farid at the Strasbourg Biennale