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Associate Professor
Full Name
Marnie Badham
RMIT University
Area/s of expertise
Art (Visual/Interactive/Media), Art History/Theory, Curatorial Studies, Interdisciplinary
Research Interests
Art Education, Art History, Art Theory, Drawing, Environmental Art, Installation, Painting, Participatory, Performance, Photography, Sculpture, social practice
About Me
With a twenty-year history of art and social justice practice in Canada and Australia, Marnie’s expertise sits across socially-engaged art, the politics of cultural measurement, and participatory research methodologies. Through aesthetic and dialogic forms of encounter and exchange, Marnie’s collaborative social practices bring together disparate groups of people (artists, communities, industry, local government) in dialogue to examine and affect local issues. She teaches across contemporary art, public art, and curation, co-leads the Cultural Value Impact Network (CVIN) and the social practice theme in CAST (contemporary art and social transformation) research group and serves as a Research Integrity Advisor in her role as Associate Professor at the School of Art, RMIT University.
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Supervisions Completed
Art History & Art Theory, Interdisciplinary Practice, Performance, Socially Engaged Practice, Visual Art