Marina Abramović Meets Tim Marlow

Join us for a journey into the mind of the world’s greatest living performance artist.

Marina Abramovic is an artist who for more than fifty years has pushed her mind and body to their limits – whether walking into a fire and almost dying from smoke inhalation, being stripped and attacked while passively allowing the public to manipulate her with tools and weapons, or sitting without interruption in MOMA for more than 700 hours facing the public.

She’s currently in London playing Maria Callas on stage at the English National Opera; and she’s got a major retrospective of her work at the Royal Academy. We brought her together for a live ons stage interview with the director of the design museum, Tim Marlow, to talk about Nomadic Journey And Spirit of Places – her new book collecting notes, sketches, poetry, and doodles made while travelling.

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