Research for ‘A Script for an Archive: Women’

The artist’s introduction to her work

The video is a recording of Holly Davey’s presentation introducing A Script for an Archive: Women, at the artwork’s launch on 31st January 2022.

Further reading and links to relevant material in the REWIND Archive

A list of resources and research material used by the artist during her research for A Script for an Archive: Women:

Linda Nochlin: ‘From 1971: Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?’, ArtNEWS, 2015. A revised version of an article originally published in 1971.

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects’. A Wikipedia page about one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy written in 1972 by Molly Wollstonecraft.

Why Were Women Written Out of History? An Interview with Bettany Hughes. [blog post], 2016.

Links to interviews and information about artworks in the REWIND archive that Holly’s work took inspiration from

Jackie Hatfield’s interview with Catherine Elwes, 2006.

Catherine Elwes: The Critics Informed Viewing, 1982.

Jackie Hatfield’s interview with Tina Keane, March 2005.

Tina Keane: Hands, 1974.

Tina Keane: Bedtime Story, 1982.

Maggie Warwick’s interview with Judith Goddard, March 2007.

Judith Goddard: Lyrical Doubt, 1984.

Transcription of Maggie Warwick’s interview with Rose Garrard, April 2008.

Rose Garrard: Pandora, The Bringer of Gifts, 1983.

Rose Garrard: Tumbled Frame, 1984

Jackie Hatfield’s interview with Katherine Meynell, June 2006.

Katherine Meynell: Medusa, 1988.