A dispersed sculptural intervention inhabiting various locations at UCL, and a bespoke archive. Highlighting the absence of archival material relating to Slade alumna (1893-1897), Irish Revolutionary and Britain’s first female MP (1918) Countess Markievicz. Sentenced to death for her role in the 1916 Rising against British occupation of Ireland. Markievicz was released under a General Amnesty from the British.

Taking its title from a description of unsanctioned letters Markievicz sent whilst imprisoned. The work consisted of casts of each book Markievicz appeared in the index of. The casts replaced the original books on the shelves and the original books formed an archive in the museum.

Vault, 2016, University College London Art Museum, London: David Blackmore, Kara Chin & Naomi Fitzsimmons curated by Andrea Fredericksen

Disruptors and Innovators: Journeys in gender equality at UCL, Octogan Gallery London, UK, Curated by Dr. Nina Pearlman

3rd Dimension: The PMSA Magazine (2017) ‘Undated Fragments on Unofficial Paper at UCL Art Museum’

Nina Pearlman, 2018, 'Curating Equality', Passing In: Access and Influence in Higher Education, 21st November, UCL Art Museum

Anne Walsh, 2018, "For every thing you have missed, you have gained something else: absences in the catalogue and their role in critical thinking", Networks, Tastes and Material Culture, The University of Manchester

Arrington, L. 2016, ‘What to make of Constance Markievicz?’ In: The Irish Times 12th November 2016