Frances Hegarty - selected commentary
 

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2018 European Women's Video Art
University of Dundee
Maeve Connolly
'Feminism, Ireland and Women’s Video Art in the 1980s'
Chapter Detailed discussion of early Hegarty works, inc. Ablative, Genitive, Dative (performance with film), Groundswell, Marital Orders (video installations), Turas (video/film).  
2015 Suzanne Chan, Critical Diaspora: Women, Art, Migration. I.B.Tauris & Co. Ltd
ISBN: 9781848853386
Suzanne Chan   Turas (video/film) cited, with video stills.  
2015 Art and Architecture of Ireland
Vol V: Twentieth Century
Royal Irish Academy.
ISBN: 9780300179231
Ed. Catherine Marshall, Peter Murray Survey Multiple works cited, with photos.  
2013 Fionna Barber, Art in Ireland Since 1910
Reaktion Books, 2013
ISBN 1780230362, 9781780230368
Fionna Barber
Survey Multiple works cited, with photos.  
2010 Dictionary of Living Irish Artists
Ed. Robert O’Byrne. Plurabelle Publishing.
ISBN 978-0-9563011-0-9
Frances Hegarty
Alphabetical entry
Ref-
erence
Artist's biography with artwork photo.  
2009 Anáil an Bhéil Bheo: Orality and Modern Irish Culture, Ed. Nessa Cronin, Seán Crosson, John Eastlake
Cambridge Scholars Press
ISBN 1443803871, 9781443803878
Sheila Dickinson
‘Contemporary Manifestations of Ireland’s Oral Culture: Four Performance and New Media Artworks from Ireland’

Chapter
(book)
Theoretical discussion of Hegarty with Alanna O' Kelly, Dorothy Cross ,Esther Shalvez-Gerz, citing Turas (video), with video stills.  
2006 Journal of Gender Studies
Volume 15, No.1, March
Suzanna Chan
'"Kiss My Royal Irish Ass." Contesting Identity: Visual Culture, Gender, Whiteness and Diaspora'.
Essay Detailed discussion of Irishness, gender, colonialism, inc. extensive attention to Gold (video installation).  
2005 Prepossession
Ivan Dougherty Gallery, University of NSW Australia.
ISBN 0 7334 21903
Liam Kelly
Discussion with Frances Hegarty and Willie Doherty.
Exhib.
pub/cat.
Auto Portrait #2 (video/audio installation) in touring group exhibition.  
2004 Circa No. 111.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Sheila Dickinson
'Dialogues: Women Artists from Ireland'.
Book
review
Appraisal of book inc. chapter on Hegarty. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25564303
(requires Jstor account)
2005 Dialogues - Women Artists from Ireland
Ed., Katy Deepwell. I.B.Tauris and Co Ltd. ISBN 1 85043 621 5
Katy Deepwell
Extensive discussion with Frances Hegarty (dedicated chapter, pp.56-66).
Chapter
(book)
Many works by Hegarty, Hegarty & Stones discussed, from c.1997 to 2001, with photos.  
2004 Circa No. 107.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Marianne O' Kane
'Frances Hegarty at the Model and Niland Gallery, Sligo'.
Review Hegarty retrospective. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25564113
(requires Jstor account)
2004 Sunday Times Magazine 15 February
Ireland
Cristin Leach
'Art: Me, myself and I'.
Article Extensive discussion of Hegarty retrospective.  
2004 Frances Hegarty - Selected works 1970 - 2004
Gandon Editions, Ireland.
ISBN 0948037 083
Sharon Kivland and Monica Ross
Essays
Monograph presenting multiple Hegarty works.  
2003 Art Nation and Gender: Ethnic Landscapes, Myths and Mother-figures ed. Tricia Cusack and Síghle Bhreathnach-Lynch
Ashgate Publishing Limited.
ISBN 0 7546 3225 3
Hilary Robinson
'Becoming Women: Irigaray, Ireland and Visual Representation'.
Essay Theoretical discussion citing Turas (video).
2003 An Leabhar Mòr - The Great Book of Gaelic
Canongate Books Edinburgh.
ISBN 1-84195-249-4
Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill and Frances Hegarty Bookwork Collaborative page: Hegarty's Euromap layered with Ni Dhomhnail's poem Dubh (Black) - on the fall of Srebenica, 11 July, 1995. An Leabhar Mòr, Hegarty/Ni Dhomhnaill
2003 Transmission: Speaking and Listening Vol. 2. Sheffield Hallam University and Site Gallery.
ISBN 8999-2626-7
Frances Hegarty and Lesley Sanderson
Transcript of public discussion.
Event
pub.
   
2002 Strangers To Ourselves
Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, England.
ISBN 0-9518262-2-0
  Exhib.
dub/cat.
Audio-only version of Voice Over (installation with women refugees). Images of audio edit.  
2002 Something Else
Turku Art Museum, Finland.
ISBN 952-9576-29-3
  Exhib.
dub/cat.
Auto Portrait #2 (video/audio installation) in touring group exhibition.  
2000 n.paradoxa Vol. 5.
ISSN 1461-0434
Shirley MacWilliam
'A Snapshot of Performance and Video Editing, Punctuation and Self Image in Auto Portrait and Instant Exposure'.
Essay Auto Portrait #1 (video installation).  
2001 Radio Anna Livia
Dublin
Interview/panel with Frances Hegarty Radio    
2000 Fortnight No. 388, September
N. Ireland
Jim Smyth
'Art Confronts the Troubles'
Article Discussion of developments in (Northern) Irish contemporary art, inc. women artists of Hegarty's generation. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25560054
(requires Jstor account)
2000 Agenda
Minas Television (Brazil)
Interview with Frances Hegarty TV mag.
segment
Auto Portrait #1 (video installation).  
2000 Hoje em Dia, Saturday 16 September
(Brazil)
Alécio Cunha
'Comunhão de bens'
Article    
2000 Irish Studies Review Vol. 8, No.1.
Hilary Robinson
'Disruptive Women Artists: An Irigaryan Reading of Irish Visual Culture'
Essay Theoretical discussion citing Turas (video).  
1999 The Irish Empire, Ep. 3: A World Apart
BBC and RTE television,
UK/Ireland/international
Dearbla Walsh (dir.)
Interview with Frances Hegarty
FIlm
segment
Artist interviewed whilst shooting video for Seemingly So... (Hegarty & Stones, site-specific installation with live and recorded video, Sheffield Railway Station 1998)  
1999 The New York Times, 25 June Roberta Smith
'The Irish struggle for a visual poetry to call their own'. 0044 - Irish Artists in Britain at PS1 New York.
Review Focus on Auto Portrait #1 (video installation).  
1999 0044 - Irish Artists in Britain
Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland.
ISBN 0946846243
Shirley MacWilliam
Interview with Frances Hegarty.
Essay
(exhib.
pub/cat.)
Wide-ranging discussion of issues in Hegarty's work, inc. performance, and 'masquerade'.  
1999 Circa No. 90.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Caoimhín MacGiolla Léith
'Playing the Green Card'.
Article Discussion of internationalisation of Irish contemporary art, esp. via large group exhibitions. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25563512
(requires Jstor account)
1999 Circa No. 88.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Jo Allen with Peter Murray
'International Code'
Article Conversation about curating 0044 - Irish Artists in Britain (included Auto Portrait #1 (video installation). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25563394
(requires Jstor account)
1998 Circa No. 84.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Shirley MacWilliam
'Speaking Bones and Singing Limbs'.
Article Theoretical discussion with extensive reference to Voice Over (video installation with women refugees). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25563273
(requires Jstor account)
1998 Documentary Notes
Public Art Development Trust, London
ISBN 1 898278 08 3
  Project
pub.
Point of View (work with photographs).  
1997 Deoraiocht: Displacement
San Francisco Art Institute.
ISBN 0-930495-31-4
Jeff Kelley
Essay (exhib. pub/cat.) Gold (video installation) in two-person exhibition with Alanna O' Kelly. Video stills and photos..  
1997 Irish Geographies ed. Catherine Nash
Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham, England.
ISBN 1900809303
'Six Contemporary Artists : Pauline Cummins, Frances Hegarty, Kathy Prendergast, Tim Robinson, Chris Wilson, Daphne Wright' Exhib.
pub/cat.
Group exhibition featuring Gold (video installation).  
1997 Art at the Airports
B.A.A. PLC (Art Programme), London
  Exhib.
pub/cat.
Presentation of art projects including Point of View (work with photographs).  
1997 Art in the Atrium
Sheffield Hallam University. ISBN 0863397603
  Exhib.
pub/cat.
   
1997 Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin 'Academy Without Walls - Banquet Exhibition' Exhib.
pub/cat.
   
1997 Circa No.79, Spring
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Bernadette Buckley and Jaime Stapleton
'Frances Hegarty, Andrew Kearney, Philip Napier. Heathrow Airport: Terminal 1, Pier 4A'.
Review Three temporary public art works including Point of View (work with photographs). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25563105
(requires Jstor account)
1997 Art Forum Vol.35, No.5, January
USA
David Levi Strauss
'Distant Relations - Santa Monica Museum of Art'.
Review Touring group exhibition Distant Relations, featuring Turas (installation). https://www.artforum.com/print/199701
1996 Artists Newsletter
UK
Robert Clarke
'Unheard Voices'.
Preview Voice Over (video installation with women refugees).  
1996 The Sunday Times, 4 November
Ireland
Medb Ruane
'Other voices, other lives'.
Article Discussion of Voice Over (video installation with women refugees).  
1996 RTE television,
Ireland
Cursai Ealaine - arts magazine. TV mag.
segment
Including section of Turas (video).  
1996 Artweek
USA, December
Distant Relations at Santa Monica Museum of Art Review Touring group exhibition Distant Relations, featuring Turas (installation).  
1996 Time Out London,
21-28 February
Distant Relations at Camden Arts Centre Review Touring group exhibition Distant Relations, featuring Turas (installation).  
1996 Circa No. 75, Spring.
With French language supplement.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Fintan Cullen
'Confronting Multiculturalism '.
Aiden Dunne
'Comment définir l’art irlandais '.
Articles (2) Discussion around touring group exhibition Distant Relations, featuring Turas (installation). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25562926
(requires Jstor account)
1996 16 artistes Irlandais
Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris .
ISBN 2 911127 32 3
  Exhib.
pub/cat
Gold video installation as featured in group exhibition. Text and photos.  
1996 L’Imaginaire Irlandais
Editions Hazan, Paris.
ISBN 2 85025 465
  Exhib.
pub/cat.
Gold video installation as featured in group exhibition. Text and photos.  
1995 Feminist Review No. 50.
ISSN 0141-7789
Hilary Robinson
'Irish/woman/artwork - selective readings'.
Essay Extensive theoretical discussion citing Gold (video installation). https://www.jstor.org/stable/1395493
(requires Jstor account)
1995 Frances Hegarty - Voice Over
Metropolitan Galleries Manchester, England.
ISSN 1352 2950
Shirley MacWilliam,
Andrew Stones
Essays (2) Voice Over, video installation with women refugees, in solo exhibition. Essays, 3D CADimages and photos.  
1995 Distant Relations: Chicano, Irish and Mexican Art and Critical Writing, ed. Trisha Ziff.
Smart Ass Press D.A.P. New York.
ISBN 0 9646426 1 1
Frances Hegarty artist's page,
Essays by 21 authors.
Exhib.
pub/cat.
Discussion around touring group exhibition Distant Relations, featuring Turas (installation).  
1994 From Beyond The Pale
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.
ISBN 1 873654 21 9
Frances Hegarty
Exhib.
pub/cat.
Gold video installation as featured in group exhibition. Text and photos.  
1994 Work Ethics
Sheffield Hallam University, England.
ISBN 0 86339 4507
Frances Hegarty
Artist's
pages
   
1994 Circa No. 69. Autumn.
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Ken Hardy
'Modernity = Mobility: Diaspora'.
Article The Diaspora Project, including Gold (video installation). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25562699
(requires Jstor account)
1994 Third Text No. 27, summer Fiona Barber
Territories of Difference: Irish Women Artists in Britain.
pp. 65-75.
Essay    
1994 Irish Days
Polish Television
  TV mag.
segment
Gold (video installation). Video footage.  
1993 Relocating History
Orchard Gallery Derry / Fenderesky Gallery Belfast.
ISBN 090 779 7717
  Exhib.
pub/cat
Touring group exhibition featuring Gold (video installation). Text and photos.  
1993 Fortnight No.318, June 1993
(N. Ireland)
Nuala Haughey
'From the Margin'
Review Relocating History group exhibition, including Gold (video installation). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25554082
(requires Jstor account)
1992 Circa magazine No.61, Jan-Feb
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Brian Kennedy, Brian Connolly, Paul Little
'Available Resources'.
Article Discussion of research and live art work by artists invited for group residency. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25557692
(requires Jstor account)
1991 Available Resources
Orchard Gallery, Derry, N. Ireland.
ISBN 0 907797 69 5
Slavka Sverakova Essay,
(project
pub.)
Discussion of research and live art work by artists invited for group residency.  
1989 FAN magazine, vol 3, no. 3 Frances Hegarty
'Journey'.
Artist's
pages
Photo-text pages relating to Turas film/video works.  
1989 Yorkshire Television Frances Hegarty
'The Wedding'.
TV prog.
segment
Broadcast of Marital Orders video in the context of The Wedding group exhibition at the Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield.  
1987 Independent Media magazine
(London)
Nik Houghton
'Off the Map, Chisenhale Gallery London'.
Review Groundswell (video installation) in Off the Map group exhibition of Irish women artists.  
1987 Performance magazine
(London)
Nik Houghton
'Off the Map, Chisenhale Gallery London'.
Review Off the Map group exhibition of Irish women artists, featuring Groundswell (video installation).  
1983 Circa magazine No.14
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Joan Fowler
'Three Days of Live Art, 22 Lombard Street, Belfast. 17-19 November, 1983'.
Review Ablative, Genitive, Dative (performance) (as Frances Saunders). https://www.jstor.org/stable/25556851
(requires Jstor account)
1972 Granada Television, UK   TV mag.
segment
Interactive sculpture.  
 
 
Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones - selected commentary
 

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2015 Luke Gibbons Joyce's Ghosts: Ireland, Modernism and Memory
ISBN 9780226236179 (hbk.)
Luke Gibbons
Esp. 'Shouts in Inner Speech, Self and the City' (Chapter 2).
Chapter For Dublin (temporary public art work in neon, 1997): theoretical discussion; with artwork photos.  
2012 Anakana Schofield Malarky (novel)
9781780743592 (pbk. 2014)
Anakana Schofield
Episode 6; acknowledgements.
Fiction For Dublin (temporary public art work in neon, 1997). The mood of a character on a date in Dublin is affected by the For Dublin neons.  
2010 Visual Arts Centre inaugural book, ed. Clarissa Farrell. The Visual Centre for Contemporary Art, Carlow, Ireland.
ISBN 978-1-907537.
Sinead Dowling
'Visualise - An Introduction';
Chapter Hegarty & Stones - Ex Machina (site-specific video/audio, 2006) in the context of a related programme of events. Photo.  
2009 Curating Architecture in the City, ed. Sarah Chaplin and Alexandra Stara, Routledge (London, New York).
ISBN 978-0415489836
Hugh Campbell
'The City and the Text: Remembering Dublin in Ulysses: Remembering Ulysses in Dublin'.
Chapter For Dublin (temporary public art work in neon, 1997). Theoretical discussion with artwork photos.  
2009 The Visual Artists’ News Sheet
November-December (Dublin)
Maeve Connolly
'Writing After the Exhibition: Tactically Yours'.
Article Mediation and repetition in Tactically Yours at at the Butler Gallery, Kilkenny.  
2007 Circa magazine No.121
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Brian Hand
'Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones: Tactically Yours'.
Review Tactically Yours, suite of four installations with video for the Butler Gallery, Kilkenny.  
2006 The Visual Artists’ News Sheet
May-June (Dublin)
'In Public: Frances Hegarty and Andrew Stones consider their approach to working collaboratively in public space'. Article Discussion of process in collaborative public works 1997 - 2006 ( (For Dublin to Ex Machina). Photos.  
2006 Visualise Carlow programme publication,
Carlow Local Authorities Arts Office,Ireland.
Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones
'Ex Machina site-specific video/audio installation'.
Essay Hegarty & Stones - Ex Machina (site-specific video/audio, 2006), in the context of a related programme of events. Photos.  
2006 Contemporary magazine
No.84 (London)
Jaqui McIntosh
'Carlow: Visualise Carlow. Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones: Ex Machina'.
Review Ex Machina (site-specific video/audio, 2006). Inaugural exhibition in the ex-Trek factory, Carlow. Production photo.  
2004 Christa Maria Lerm-Hayes Joyce in Art: Visual Art Inspired by James Joyce (Dublin: Lilliput Press)
ISBN 1843510529.
Christa Maria Lerm-Hayes Citations For Dublin (temporary public art work in neon, 1997). Photo.  
2004 Slavko Kacunko Closed Circuit Videoinstallationen
(Berlin: Logos, 2004)
ISBN 3832506004.
Slavko Kacunko Citations [In German] Works by Hegarty & Stones in the context of artists' use of live video.  
2003 Irish Studies review
Vol 11, no 3.
Suzanna Chan
'Looking for Molly Bloom'.
Essay For Dublin (temporary public work in neon, 1997).  
2002 BBC Radio Leeds Hegarty and Stones in interview. Radio
news item
Extra (site-specific installation with live and recorded video, Bradford 2003).  
2003 Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones Extra (+)
Site Gallery, Sheffield
ISBN 1899926364
Jeanine Griffin
Main monograph essay.
Essay Public artwork Extra (2003) in the context of previous joint works, e.g. For Dublin (1997), Overnight Sensation (2002). Photos.  
2002 Circa magazine No.99, Spring
(Dublin) ISSN 02639475
Slavka Sverakova
'Belfast I: not "between" but "merging"'.
Review Overnight Sensation temporary video work for St George's Market Belfast, in the context of city-wide events. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25563797
(requires Jstor account)
2000 Financial Times London,
Tuesday 8 August
Lynn MacRitchie
'Private Lives on public view'.
Review as it is group exhibition featuring Orienteer (A to Z, Dawn to Dusk) (video/audio, 2000)  
2000 as it is
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
ISBN 0907594689
Hegarty & Stones Exhib.
pub.
Orienteer (A to Z, Dawn to Dusk) (video/audio, 2000) in the context of a related programme of events.  
2000 Contemporary Visual Arts magazine
Issue 31 (London), ISSN 1028-5040.
Claire Doherty
'Soft Cities'
Article;
contents
page
Orienteer (A to Z, Dawn to Dusk) (video/audio, 2000). Cited with photos.  
1999 Public Sightings
PhotoArts2000, England
ISBN 0953571106
Hegarty & Stones Photos Seemingly So Evidently Not Apparently Then (site-specific video installation, Sheffield Railway Station)  
1998 Today
BBC Radio 4, UK national news and debate
c. Monday 26 October.
Hegarty and Stones in interview Radio
news item
Seemingly So Evidently Not Apparently Then (site-specific video installation, Sheffield Railway Station) in the context of Shunted group exhibition by Site Gallery.  
1998 The Independent newspaper, London
Saturday 31 October
Kathy Marks
'Art is a new departure for railway station'.
News item Seemingly So Evidently Not Apparently Then (site-specific video installation, Sheffield Railway Station 1998). News + photo.  
1998 AN magazine
December,
ISSN 0261 3425
Review and full colour cover photo Review;
cover
Seemingly So Evidently Not Apparently Then (site-specific video installation, Sheffield Railway Station) in Shunted group exhibition by Site Gallery.  
1998 The Yorkshire Post newspaper
Friday 5 September.
  Photo Seemingly So Evidently Not Apparently Then (site-specific installation with live and recorded video, Sheffield Railway Station). Production/process photo.  
1997 The Irish Times, Dublin
Monday 13 October
Nuala O'Faolain
'Men, the Presidency and Molly Bloom'.
Article For Dublin (temporary public work in neon, 1997). Re. contemporaneous Irish society and politics. Opinion.  
1997 The Irish Times, Dublin
Wednesday 23 July
Luke Clancy
'Neon words upon the walls'
Article For Dublin (temporary public work in neon, 1997). Opinion with photo.  
1997 Frances Hegarty & Andrew Stones
For Dublin - nine manifestations in neon of James Joyce's Molly Bloom.
The Irish Museum of Modern Art/Nissan Art Project, 6pp, full colour. ISBN 1873654561.
Declan McGonagle,
Hegarty & Stones
Exhib.
pub/cat
For Dublin (temporary public art work in neon, 1997). Introduction and artists' text. Photos.