In this informal discussion, Kate invites you to reflect deeper on the topic of her keynote speech. In ‘The myth of leadership’ we will be re-imagining leadership to include and account for diverse ways of being in the world.
Kate Marsh is a disabled dance artist with over 20 years of experience in performing, teaching and making. Her interests are centred around perceptions of the body in the arts and notions of corporeal aesthetics. Specifically, she is interested in each of our lived experiences of our bodies, and how this does (or doesn’t) inform our artistic practice. Her recently completed PhD focusses on leadership in the context of dance and disability and draws strongly on the voices of artists to interrogate questions around notions of leadership, perceptions and the body.