Jane Taylor O’Neil Collection
Dates of Creation
Name of Creators
Jane Taylor O’Neil
Level of Description
Scope and Content
System of Arrangement
Items are arranged according to their original order where possible.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Jane Taylor O’Neil
Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling
Appraised according to the Spirit of Revolt appraisal policy.
No further accruals are expected.
Application for reproduction should be made to the Spirit of Revolt group.
Existence of Copies
No known copies.
Descriptive list available at Glasgow City Archives and on the Spirit of Revolt website.
No known publications.
Other Spirit of Revolt (Ref: T/SOR) collections held at Glasgow City Archives.
Date(s) of Description
Compiled by Christopher Cassells (Project Archivist), May 2013.
|1||Letters from Stewart Home to Jane Taylor O’Neil.||c.1993|
|2||Letters from Jayne Taylor O’Neil to Pete Horobin.||c.1987 – 1988|
|2||Leaflets and flyers
Includes leaflets from Greenpeace, Save Pollok Estate, Scottish Artists Union, Recycled Art, Art Strike.
|3||Pamphlets and publications|
|1||The Psychosomatic Variations. By John Berndt.||1989|
|2||Return of the Moral Subject: An essay on class, identity & free will from The Pleasure Tendency. Further Theses 3.||1986|
|3||Ruins of Glamour, Glamour of Ruins. Booklet accompanying the ‘Ruins of Glamour, Glamour of Ruins’ installation at Chisenhale Studios.||1986|
|4||SCUM Manifesto. Valeria Solonas.||c.1983|
|5||The Festival of Plagiarism. Stewart Home.||1989|
|6||Beyond Social Inclusion, Towards Cultural Democracy. Cultural Policy Collective.||n.d.|
|7||SMILE. Issue 10.||n.d.|
|8||VAGUE. Control Data Manual. Issue 18/19||1986|
|9||Fluxshoe. Published by Beau Geste Press.||1972|
|10||Performance by Artists. Edited by AA Bronson and Peggy Gale.||1979|
|11||Art & Design Magazine: Fluxus Today and Yesterday.||1993|
Posters include: Local Exchange Trading System Christmas Trade in Lansdowne Church; Yes, You Can Say NO!; International No Shop Day; Cactus Communication Network; Young Scottish Designer of the Year; Jayne Taylor O’Neil exhibition at CCA.