Buried Not Dead is a collection of essays on art, performance, literature, sexuality and the life of the city. It features artists, writers and activists, some internationally renowned, like Marina Abramović and Mike Parr, others, like Latai Taumoepeau, Beverley Nicholas (tattoo artist Cindy Ray) and Kathleen Mary Fallon, unjustly overlooked. The portraits of these figures and the scenes they inhabit present an intimate and expansive archive of a world rarely recorded in our histories. McGregor interrogates her own life and work through the prism of her subjects, creating an oblique memoir at the same time.
Review by Felicity Plunkett in The Saturday Paper
Review by Declan Fry in The Sydney Morning Herald
Interview with Patricia Karvelas on The Drawing Room
Interview with Daniel Browning about performance art on The Art Show