Halloween revellers wearing Marcia Farquhar’s white dress for seven at the Colchester Arts Centre on the 31st October 2010.
Marcia Farquhar is a many-storied artist in whose work life and art are wilfully fused. Like Diane Arbus, to whose work she will be indirectly paying tribute, Farquhar has often been considered a contentious figure.
A sculptural object, cast marble and resin, commissioned for LADA’s 10th anniversary.
Marcia Farquhar will be riding a life-size rocking horse across Tatton Park. This belated fulfillment of childhood wishes promises to deliver the full measure of oddly retarded adult behaviour, as the rider discusses equine matters, the role of the horse in the English psyche and the place of the young female rider from Freud to Thelwell.
At the National Review of Live Art in Glasgow, Marcia Farquhar hosts a marathon, live-in, 30-hour rumination on the subject of the last 30 years
On the late-winter afternoon of 13th February, Marcia Farquhar lead a short guided procession to the seaside shelter where TS Eliot sat in 1921