Dr Anne Marsh started as an artist in the 1970s and is currently Professor of Art Theory in the Faculty of Art Design & Architecture at Monash University. She is author of Body and Self: Performance Art in Australian, 1969-1992 (1993) and the upcoming Performance, Ritual Document. We visited Marsh in her Melbourne studio in September 2013.
A video from the series Performance Perspectives.
Performance Perspectives is an archive of video interviews exploring performance art in Australia.
The project was conceived in conjunction with Re: Performance, Das Superpaper Issue 26, guest-edited by SuperKaleidoscope (Kim Fasher and Sarah Mosca). The issue analyses the shifting conditions and rising popularity of performance-related art, reflecting on the changing modes of production, presentation and documentation of performance art.