29 May 2020

Documentation — a work's physical remnant or trace —is created and used in different ways, depending on its use, perspective and timing. In performance and digital art, documentation has become the focus of conservation and presentation strategies. What can be learned from other practices within and outside of the scope of the museum?

These workshops were meant to form part of our annual symposium Transformation Digital Art in March 2020, but as this was not possible, the workshops are offered online.

Programme

June 9 1:30 - 3:00 CET Documenting Colored Sculpture (2016), by Jordan Wolfson by Patricia Falcao (Time-based Media Conservator, Tate). Moderated by Gaby Wijers (Director, LIMA)

Case Study PDF

June 16 1:30 - 3:00 CET Documenting net art untitledinternet.com (2012) by Constant Dullaart & Documenting Mouchette.com (1996 - now) by Martine Neddam by Mila van der Weide (Assistant Conservation and Documentation, LIMA) & Patricia Black (Research Intern, LIMA). Moderated by Gaby Wijers (Director, LIMA)

Case Study untitledinternet.com PDF Case Study Mouchette PDF

June 23 1:30 - 3:00 CET Documenting Performance Your face is/ is not enough (2016) by Kevin Beasley by Ana Ribeira (Time-based Media Conservator at Tate) & Louise Lawson (Conservation Manager at Tate). Moderated by Gabriella Giannachi (Researcher & Professor of Performance and New Media at the University of Exete)

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June 30 1:30 - 3:30 CET Documenting Naked on Pluto on Monoskop wiki: Collaborative Experimental Publishing as an Art Preservation Strategy by. Aymeric Mansoux, Julie Boschat Thorez and Dušan Barok (Artists/Researchers). Moderated by Annet Dekker (Curator & Researcher, Assistant Professor of Media Studies University of Amsterdam)

Case Study PDF

All practical information is available on the LIMA website.