Anne Marsh was an installation and performance artist from 1979 until 1984 and her performance In Bad Faith was presented at the Biennale of Sydney in 1982. During this time she was a contributing editor to Art Network, Chair of the SA Sculpture Workshop and later exhibition’s coordinator for the Women’s Art Movement. Anne was the administrator of Globe e-journal (edited by Robert Schubert) from 1998-2000, she was the visual art critic for the Herald Sun 1994 -1997, and since then she has been Melbourne contributing editor to Eyeline Contemporary Visual Arts.

Since 1990 Anne has published widely in edited books, refereed journals and art magazines in Australia, and has written numerous exhibition catalogue essays for artists as well as regularly reviewing artist’s exhibitions in newspapers and art journals. Her essays have been cited in the fields of art history, visual culture, performance studies, theatre studies, and film and video studies. She has been the keynote speaker at numerous conferences in Australia and overseas. Her published works have been translated into French, Spanish, Japanese and German.


Videos with Professor Anne Marsh


‘Performance Art and Video Performance’

AEAF Lecture at Adelaide Central School of Art, 2015.

About Anne Marsh

Anne is Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne's Victorian College of the Arts. Professor Anne Marsh's research areas include:

Photography, Performance Art, Feminism and Postmodernism.

Latest Projects

Doing Feminism / Sharing the WorldUpdate Updated 9 Nov 2017


Professor Anne Marsh
Faculty of the Victorian College of the Arts & Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
The University of Melbourne
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