Writing about my work:

Closed Door, Broken Windows. Text by Edward Ball in Old Land, New Waters. Published by Freelands Foundation in 2021. 

Aideen Doran's Woman Sitting at the Machine, Thinking: 'Attention has been postponed.' Text by  Siuán NiDhochartaigh in The List, 2021. 

‘Focus Your Attention. Writer Amah-Rose Abrams explores how three Gi2021 works intersect with one another and the theme of 'Attention.' Text by Amah-Rose Abrams, published online by Glasgow International, June 2021.

Women Sitting at the Machine, Thinking. Text by James Clegg. Published online only by Talbot Rice Gallery, May 2020 and republished here with permission. 

Artist Guide: Aideen Doran.
Published online by Talbot Rice Gallery in 2020, text by Stuart Fallon. 

MAStars 2012: Kitty Anderson selects Aideen Doran from Glasgow School of Art.  Published online by Axisweb in 2012. 

Dissipated and Isolated Neighborhoods: Sterile Environment, Catalyst Arts, Belfast. Review by Angela Darby, Aesthetica Magazine, June 2011.

Writing by me:

Contribution to DORIS, a publication launched by Soft Fiction Projects in 2018.

How is it made? Speculative Provocations. Aideen Doran reflects on her practice.  
Visual Artists' News Sheet - 2017, March-April issue.

Oblomov’s Dream: an Art Practice-Led Enquiry Into Radical Boredom in the Network World
Published in A Peer Reviewed Journal About: Excessive Research, 2016

Aideen Doran reflects upon Ted Nelson’s Project Xanadu, a lost information future. Published as part of ‘Footnoting the Archive: Endnotes’, commissioned by MAP Magazine in 2016

Power User: A Practice Based Enquiry into the Politics of Image Making After the Internet.
A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the University of Northumbria at Newcastle for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. 2015.

Free Libraries for Every Soul: Dreaming of the Online Library
Originally published by The Bear Review in 2014 (now offline), this essay was added to MemoryoftheWorld.org in 2019.