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Marsha Bradfield - Portfolio

Why present this portfolio on the Critical Practice wiki?

As an online space for collaborative working, this wiki embodies an ethos of reflexive peer-to-peer exchange through open source technology. This ethos complements the one propelling the TechArt Fellowship.

Slick portfolio websites are a dime a dozen. This wiki may be clunky but it holds more than a decade of rhizomatic planning and documentation that tracks the development of many projects, including those of mine developed as part of Critical Practice wiki but also beyond.

Please find below some examples, shared here in support of my application CoLab 2020. Click on the links for information on each one.

MOMA Anti-fascist Assembly
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Incidental Unit - Third Iteration of Artist Placement Group
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Tate Exchange - Producing Future Homes and Communities
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TransActing: A Market of Values
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Mining the Archive
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Hedge: Walking, Talking, Value, Geography and Social Organisation in Scotland

Mining the Archive
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Money/Space/Art


Mining the Archive
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Csepel Research Exchange - London + Budapest

Mining the Archive
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Free/Slow University Warsaw Summit, Warsaw

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Barcamp at Alternativa, Gdansk

Mining the Archive
Matadero model.JPG Residency at El Ranchito, Madrid

Mining the Archive
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Precarity: A People's Tribunal

Mining the Archive
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A workshop with Allison Knowles

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Dr Marsha Bradfield rides the hyphen as an archivist-artist-curator-educator-researcher-writer. Her practice explores the subject of interdependence. This spans authorship, organisational structures and the economies/ecologies of collaborative cultural production. Marsha works with groups including Critical Practice Research Cluster, Precarious Workers Brigade and Incidental Unit (formerly the Artist Placement Group and O+I). These collaborations often result in understanding that Marsha re-presents in publications, exhibitions, performative lectures and other remixes. Marsha has been based at Chelsea and Camberwell College of Arts (University of the Arts London) for more than a decade and currently teaches across art and design from BA through PhD. She was born in South Africa, raised in Canada and has lived and worked in London, UK since 2006.