Julie Marsh

Julie Marsh

Julie is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher for CREAM (The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media) at the University of Westminster. Julie is a specialist in interdisciplinary practice, exploring the intersections between film, installation, performance, interactivity and site-specificity.  Her research is engaged with collaborative and knowledge-led approaches to field research, from moving image to emergent technologies and data collection. Through the exploration of real and representational space she investigates how technical machines can perform site, creating critical experiences for audiences that open debate and question social spaces. She studied at London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London, completing her practice-based PhD in 2017.

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Recent exhibitions and residencies include:

Venice Architecture Biennale (2021), Assembly at Harrow Mosque (2020); Assembly at Old Kent Road (2020); Brick Lane Mosque, London (2019/8); Black Box Symposium, CAS (Centre for Audiovisual Studies) FAMU, Prague (2018); SCREEN Moving Image Festival, Barcelona (2017); The Biennial for Emerging Arts, Romania (2017); Lokomotywownia, The Starmach Gallery, Krakow (2017); Cinenova, LUX Moving Image, London (2016); Sputnik-Kino, Berlin Short Film Festival (2016); Moving Sites/Sights, Meetfactory, International Centre of Contemporary Art, Prague (2016).

Recent talks and conferences include:

Virtual Assembly, at Old Kent Road Mosque for Visit My Mosque (2020), organised by the Muslim Council of Britain; Assembly: Site-specific research and practice, Sensing Site: a conference on artist fieldwork, Central Saint Martins, (2019); Exploring the Interface Between Art and Sacred Spaces, Sacred Spiritual Secular Conference, School of Architecture, University of Westminster, (2019); Investigating the Interface Between Muslim Prayer Sites and Artistic Interventions, Fourteenth International Conference on the Arts in Society, Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon, (2019); Assembly at Brick Lane Mosque, artist talk at Close-Up Cinema, (2018).

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Research Areas

Art and Society

Explored through performance, installation, and ceramics, and between art and science, the diverse practices of CREAM researchers in this area are drawn together for their emphasis on critical and collective engagements with the question and role of art and society.