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WML@KCL
Quarantining the WML
Lost But Not Forgotten
Promiscuous Assemblage
One One Lost Hair - Magnify
Stoneham Field Tent
NESTA Dream Time Fellowship
WML Portrait Project
Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition
Human Nature
A Rose Flowering By The Sea
Upstream
On One Lost Hair
Lachrymae I
Polite Conversation
Gismonde Of Salerne In Love
The Downward Spiral
Hellraiser
Viewing The Instruments
The Business of the Flesh

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES & ARTISTS' BOOKS

Jane Wildgoose, Beyond All Price (Rothschild Collections, 2015)

Roelof Bakker & Jane Wildgoose, Strong Room (Negative Press, 2014)

Jane Wildgoose, Promiscuous Assemblage, Friendship, & the Order of Things (Yale Center for British Art, 2009)

Jane Wildgoose, Zones of Morbidity, Psycho exhibition, curator Danny Moynian (Anne Faggionato, 2000); reprinted as 'Impulsion of the bodysnatchers' (Independent 3 Mar. 2000)

Jane Wildgoose, Birthdays Antony-Noel Kelly exhibition (291 Gallery, 1999)

OTHER LINKS

A Tale of Two Skulls (BBC Radio 3, 2008)

One Way to the Necropolis (BBC Radio 4, 2005)

One One Lost Hair (BBC Radio 4, 2004)

Paperweight Radio: Collections (Resonance fm, 2014)

Woman's Hour (BBC Radio 4, 2004)

CONSULTATIONS

WML Annual Review 2005-06
Consultations 2003-05

PUBLICATIONS

"Post-Specimens and Present Ancestors: Passing Fables and Comparative Readings at The Wildgoose Memorial Library - An Artist's Response to the 'Unique Status' of Human Remains in Museums," chapter in Post-Specimen: Encounters Between Art, Science and Curating (Intellect, 2021) pp 239-270

Life Writing and Death: Dialogues of the Dead European Journal of Life Writing vol. 9 (2020) editors' introduction in special issue co-edited by Jane Wildgoose with Clare Brant and James Metcalf

including: FINIS: Objects, Death and the End of Time, Afterlife Writing and Situation of Graves pp LW&D313-343, and "Afterlife Writing and Situation of Graves II" pp LW&D.CM1-17

Strong Room: Material Memories and the Digital Record, Jane Wildgoose and Roelof Bakker European Journal of Life WritingVol. 7 (2018) pp C1-C16

Beyond All Price: Victorian Hair Jewellery, Commemoration and Story-telling, Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body & Culture Vol. 22 no. 6: Hair Revisited (2018) pp 699-726

"The Work of Mourning & Measurements of Silence," Garageland: art, culture and ideas 22: Difficult Women (2018) pp 14-15

"Collecting Human Skulls and Hair: In Pursuit of Wonder in Death's Chambers" chapter in Wonder in Contemporary Artistic Practice, Christian Mieves and Irene Brown, ed. (Routledge, 2017) pp 211-229

"Presenting Lost But Not Forgotten at the Crypt Gallery St. Pancras: Negotiating and Constructing Active Critical Conversation Concerning Contested Human Remains in Museums," In This Place Cumulus Association Biannual Conference Proceedings Wednesday 27 April - Sunday 1 May 2016, D. Higgins, ed. (Nottingham Trent University, 2016) pp 43-50

Ways of Making with Human Hair and Knowing How to Listen to the Dead, West 86thVol. 23, No. 1 (Spring-Summer 2016) pp 79-101

The Business of the Flesh Guardian, 31 Oct. 2002

Who really owns our bodies? Guardian SocietyGuardian.co.uk, 30 Jan. 2001 (comment piece to coincide with publication of Alder Hey report)

Grave-robbing, crucifixion, dissection: how far should we go in the name of art? New Statesmen, 15 Aug. 1997

Lasting impressions: the ambiguous appeal of life casting The Lancet, Vol. 359, No. 9314, 13. April 2002

A surgeon’s art The Lancet, Vol. 360, No. 9349, 14. Dec. 2002

Curiouser and curio user The Lancet, Vol. 362, No. 9384, 23. Aug. 2003

The body shop of horrors Independent, 27. Oct. 2000

Other articles

 
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