Marega is a performance based artist living in Newport, South Wales.
She originally studied at the London School of Contemporary Dance, and after graduating in 1985 went on to work with various theatre companies, as well as being a founder member of the dance theatre group Paradox Shuffle who were based in Cardiff. Since 2001 she has worked with Gareth Clark as one half of the performance duo Mr & Mrs Clark.

She has collaborated with many artists and musicians and has performed and made work for Gallery spaces and for outdoor events both in this country and abroad. In 1994 she went to Japan to study and work with Butoh dancer Tetsuro Fukuhara.
In 2008 she completed a BA Honours in Fine Art at Howard Gardens (UWIC) in Cardiff, and a year later received a Creative Wales Award to develop her art and performance practice.

  • Tripping Through Newport’s Underbelly…

    Marega Palser

    (This is a Groundwork Presents: that will be going live at the end of February 2021.) A journey AcrossDownUnder-UnderPasses, subways and through some of Newport’s in between Zones – places still free of the ever present surveillance camera. Spaces often over-looked ; ‘Negative Spaces’ that don’t invite lingering or loitering. Spaces that are moved through…

    Commissioned as part of Groundwork Presents:

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