Sheffield Fringe is an artist-led programming initiative exploring the intersection of art & documentary practices, through screenings, talks, exhibitions and research. Sheffield Fringe is held biennially in Sheffield to coincide with Sheffield Doc/Fest, creating a complimentary space & context to encourage creative collaborations between the contemporary art and documentary communities. It is otherwise a project with no fixed abode, with activities elsewhere throughout the year.
Core team: Esther Harris and Minou Norouzi. Tina Borkowski is responsible for the print design and Jonathan Perl for the website.
Special thanks to: Abbas Nokhasteh, Tony Dowmunt, Christopher Wright, Lesley Hewings, Gareth Evans, Adam Pugh, Andrea Phillips, Sylvia Harvey, Sean Cubitt, Jennifer Fearnley, Didem Pekun, Luciano Zubillaga, Mark Nash, Holly Stanton at Ghebaly Gallery, Erika Balsom, LUX, Damien Sanville at Close-Up Film Centre, Declan Long, Thomas Ogden, Meyer Voggenreiter at Piece Unique, Andrew Cannon at Gallery Bortolozzi, Walid Raad, Anna-Karin Larsson, Vali Mahlouji, November Paynter, Mike Sperlinger, Benjamin Cook, Gil Leung, Adam Hyman, Mark Toscano, Ipek Yeginsu, Amanda McDowell, Mark R Albrow, Tim Machin, Sayshun Jay, Jamie Lowe, Mark Shenson, Saeed Taji Farouky, Rani Khanna, Marie Billegrav Bryant, Angus Braithwaite, Georgia Stone, Andi Stamp, John Furse, Rebekah Tolley, Charlotte Morgan, Lesley Guy, Richard Bartle, Katya Robin, Helen Stokes, Myfanwy Williams, Matthew Stock, Graham Hughes, Lindsey Friend, Esther Johnson, Ian Nesbitt, Emily Wilczek, Azra Tuzunogl, Mirko Nikolic, Victoria Simon, Jonathan Whitehall, Pauline Desouza, Hengameh Golestan, Afshin Dehkordi, Azar Emdahi, Madeleine Molyneaux, Martin Waldmeier, Madeleine Mullet, Johanna Blair, Daniel Davis & Nadine Lockyer at Anthony Reynolds Gallery, Rose Issa Projects, Joelle Te Paske at Paula Cooper Gallery, and all the artists who generously contributed their work.