Stuart Marshall

Stuart Marshall, an educator, writer and independent film and videomaker whose numerous titles have been screened and broadcast all over the world. He began producing tapes in 1974, and with several colleagues founded London Video Arts (now London Electronic Arts), the first and largest British centre for video production and distribution. Marshall taught at the Royal College of Art, Newcastle Polytechnic and Chelsea College of Art. He has been writing about film and video since the mid 70s; with articles and essays published in Screen, Film Form, Undercut, Afterimage, Fuse and Bad Object Choice's book "How Do I Look?"

His works are in many collections including the Arts Council of Great Britain and Channel Four Television, where he was a pioneering influence in convincing the channel to broadcast video.

Artist Code: 140


Over Our Dead Bodies

1991, 75:00 minutes, colour, english

Robert Marshall

1991, 10:00 minutes, colour, English

Desire: Sexuality in Germany 1910-1945

1989, 88:00 minutes, colour

Bright Eyes

1984, 83:00 minutes, colour, English

The Love Show

1980, 25:02 minutes, colour, english

A Question of 3 Sets of Characteristics

1979, 53:00 minutes, English

Critical Writing

The Inoperative Community, Raven Row, London, 3 December 2015 to...
by Catherine Elwes. Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ), 2016, v. 5, no. 1&2.
Then + Then Again: Talking with Clive Robertson about artist-run...
by Vera Frenkel. Fuse, July 2007, v. 30, no. 3.
Video Art, A Guided Tour by Catherine Elwes (Books)
by Tom Sherman. Border Crossings, Aug. 2005, v. 24, no. 3.
On Stuart Marshall: Composer, Video Artist and Filmmaker, 1949-1993
by Alvin Lucier. Leonardo Music Journal, 2001, v. 11.
Documents and Counter-Documents: AIDS Activist Video at the Crossroads
by Cynthia Chris. Afterimage, Nov. 1994, v. 22, no. 4.
Stuart Marshall 1949-1993
by Lisa Steele. Xtra!, June 25, 1993, no. 226.
Video Activism and Critical Pedagogy: Sexuality at the End of The...
by Brian Goldfarb. Afterimage, May 1993, v. 20, no. 10.
Images 90: Sexuality at the End of The Rainbow Curriculum
by Fran Gallagher-Shuebrook. C Magazine, 1991, no. 28.
The New York International Festival of Lesbian and Gay Film: Close...
by Lisa Kennedy. The Village Voice, June 5, 1990, v. 35, no. 23.
Gay and Lesbian Festival Widens Its Film Horizons
by Stephen Holden. The New York Times, May 31, 1990.
Sexuality and Politics
by Liam Lacey. The Globe and Mail, Aug. 4, 1990.
Sodom North: Bash Back: A Video Series Curated by Sara Diamond &...
by Sara Diamond. Matriart, Summer 1990, v. 1, no. 2.
On A Trumped-Up Charge: Two Video-Films
by Nancy Shaw. Vanguard, Summer 1989, v. 18, no. 3.
Grierson Documentary Seminar '85: Broadening Perspective
by Cameron Bailey. Cinema Canada, Jan. 1988, no. 148.
Homosexual videos: Where We Are Now: Attempting to deal with the...
by Martha Gever. Art in America, July 1987, v. 75, no. 7.
Homo Video
by John Greyson. Jump Cut, Mar 1985, no. 30.
Angleterre: The Resistible Rise of Video Art in the British Isles;...
British/Canadian Video Exchange '84, 1984. Toronto: A Space, 1984.
The Use of the Static
by Stuart Marshall. Fuse, Mar. 1980, v. 4, no. 3.
Video Art 78
by Steve Partridge and David Hall. Video Art 78, May 6 Spring, 1978.
British Video Artists: Roger Barnard, David Hall, Brian Hoey,...
Studio International, June 1976, v. 191, no. 981.
Video Art, the Imaginary and the Parole Vide
by Stuart Marshall. Studio International, June 1976, v. 191, no. 981.