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Anne Marsh (professor) Wikipedia
Anne Marsh is Professorial Research Fellow at the Victorian College of the Arts. Originally trained as a sculptor in the 1970s, she first was involved with sculpture performances often identified with the emerging feminist art movement in Australia. She also belonged to the group of women artists who worked upon the Lip magazine. Marsh is well known as a feminist art theorist and has published many essays, journal articles, exhibition catalogues and reviews in Australia and internationally. Monograph publications include a survey of performance art in Australia Body and Self: Performance Art in Australia, 1969–1992 and photography and modernism from the nineteenth century onwards – The Darkroom: Photography and the Theatre of Desire She has also received Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery grants as sole researcher and as part of a team around the areas of photography, video and performance.