First round of NACCA posters

Photo: Joanna Kiliszek.
On the 16th of January 2017, NACCA researchers presented their ongoing research at a public poster session hosted by Tate Modern in London. Here’s the list of presentations with links to those published online:

The Authentic Instance: Reframing Authenticity in the Conservation of Contemporary Art
Brian Castriota

Values and Valuation of Modern and Contemporary Visual Art: The Role of Reflective Practice – Collection of the Museum of Art in Lodz, 1931-2018
Joanna Kiliszek

Interpreting Artist’s Intent: The Notion of Intent Tested Against Joseph Beuys’ Capri-Battery
Nina Quabeck

Authenticity and Reproducibility: Conservation Strategies for Contemporary Photography
Marta Garcia Celma

Long-term Preservation of Software-based Artworks: From Single Case Studies to Best Practice
Claudia Roeck

Exploring Ethnography in Conservation Research
Caitlin Spangler-Bickell

Tracing Meanings: The Artist Interview as an Interpretative Tool for the Artwork as an Open-Ended Archive
Aga Wielocha

A Participatory Approach to the Conservation of Performance-based Art
Iona Goldie-Scot

Documentation and Digitization Meet Digital Preservation to Make Time-based Art Last for Posterity
Dušan Barok

The Creative Process is Collective
Sophie Lei

What happens when a work like Equivalent VIII (1966) is presented enclosed within protective barriers?
Maria Theodoraki

Low-level Conflict in Contemporary Art Conservation Research
Zoë Miller

Private Collections as Care-takes
Artemis Rüstau

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