Kate Marsh is a dance artist and researcher; she was a performer and teacher with Candoco dance company from 1999 – 2004. She continues to work with the company as an associate artist. She teaches regularly in a range of contexts and has created a duet, 'Famuli', with dancer Welly O’Brien which is currently touring in the UK.
In 2016 she completed her PhD in Dance, Disability and Leadership. She currently works as a research assistant in C-DaRE, the Centre for Dance Research at Coventry University. She is also working in partnership with Metal Culture as part of the Arts Council of England Change Maker programme.
A series of publications by IETM - International network for contemporary performing arts - that explores how the contemporary arts sector is engaged with the crucial issues of today's reality: politics, economy, gender, environment, globalisation, etc. Fresh Perspectives gives an expert’s view on the value of contemporary arts and cultural practice to individuals and society.
Cette nouvelle publication de la série Nouvelles perspectives regroupe toutes sortes de points de vue sur les arts et le handicap, qui sont à la fois contradictoires, intimes et touchants. Elle laisse la place à la voix des artistes handicapés, car leur expérience unique et leur vision du monde redonne à l'art toute son unicité et sa jeunesse.
This new Fresh Perspectives publication collects different, sometimes contradictory, always very personal and touching views on arts and disability, particularly in contemporary dance. It gives ample space to the voice of disabled artists, whose unique experiences of and perspectives on the world make new and unique art.