Personal Geographies: The Exhibition as Artwork, a film by Wendy Short featuring members of the curation, installation, conservation and invigilation teams for the retrospective exhibition Eileen Hogan: Personal Geographies
Yale Center for British Art
Anya Sainsbury - Portrait (British Library Sound Archive Ref C464/64) and Paul Ruddock – Portrait. Films made by Ed Webb-Ingall
“Working alongside an oral historian alters the traditional relationship that exists between the artist and sitter and listening to the sitter’s story while I paint and draw has become integral to my process. With the sitter’s engagement with the interviewer, the artist becomes a secondary presence – not quite invisible but certainly not the focus of attention – leaving me free to witness the changes of expression and shifting body positions as the narrative unfolds its varying emotions and pace. At each sitting, I complete one study of the head.”
Tate Research Project Page
Staging Mixed Reality: Opening Remarks - Judith Merritt, Eileen Hogan & Jane Collins
Staging the Real: Welcome and Introduction - Judith Merritt, Eileen Hogan and Simon Betts
Together with Cathy Courtney, Hogan was responsible for Jocelyn Herbert’s archive (a seminal theatre designer 1917 -2003) and it being housed at Wimbledon in 2008 and at the National Theatre in 2014. Ongoing programmes of PhD research, post-doctoral work, lectures, seminars exhibitions and student projects were established, including these seminars held in 2019 and 2020 at the National Theatre.
Hogan initiated the annual Jocelyn Herbert Lectures at the National Theatre. The first was given by Richard Eyre in 2010. Subsequent lectures were by Walter Asmus, Michael Billington, Christopher Hampton, Phyllida Lloyd, Rae Smith, Sian Thomas, ULTZ, Harriet Walter and Roy Williams.