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Subject:

International symposium Contemporary Art: Who Cares?

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Karen te Brake-Baldock <[log in to unmask]>

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International symposium Contemporary Art: Who Cares?
Research and practices in contemporary art conservation

International symposium for (up-and-coming) professionals, from diverse 
disciplines, who are connected to the conservation of modern and 
contemporary art. It is the successor of the leading symposium in the nineties 
about this subject Modern Art: Who Cares?. The symposium will take place in 
Amsterdam at the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) from 9 - 11 June 2010. A pre-
symposium reception is on the evening of the 8th of June. 

Contemporary Art: Who Cares? will feature plenary lectures as well as a choice 
of circa ten parallel sessions per day; panel discussions, workshops and behind-
the-scenes tours. There will also be time allocated to poster presentations and 
networking sessions.

The three-day programme is based upon three phases in the 'conservation 
continuum': different aspects of conservation that take place during 
the 'lifespan' of an artwork. The point of departure is the concept that 
conservation issues related to contemporary art cannot be dealt with without 
considering the relationship to artistic and museum practice. 

Day 1: Artistic production and collection development 
Day one focuses on conservation in relation to the production of contemporary 
art as well as the transition process when a contemporary work of art enters a 
museum collection.

Day 2: Care and conservation
The second day deals with conservation in a more familiar sense by looking to 
experience from practice and how theory is developed out of the restoration 
studio and collection management. 
	
Day 3: Access, presentation and the public
Day three will look at how contemporary art can be made accessible to the 
public and the role of conservators and conservation information in this 
process.

Tickets to the symposium cost  290 for professionals and  160 for students. 
Included in the price of the ticket is a copy of the book Inside Installations 
(working title), which is due for launch in March 2011. 

For details and to register go to www.incca.org/contemporaryartwhocares

Contemporary Art: Who Cares?  is organised by the Netherlands Institute for 
Cultural Heritage (ICN),
the Foundation for the Conservation of Contemporary Art (SBMK) and  the 
University of Amsterdam (UvA)

The symposium programme has been created in collaboration by a group of 
experts from 35 organisations who are working together in the INCCA affiliated 
European project PRACTICs (2009-2011).  Most of these individuals worked 
together during the EU project Inside Installations (2004-2007). 

PRACTICs is an International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary 
Art (INCCA) affiliated project and made possible with the support of the 
Culture Programme of the European Union and the Mondriaan Foundation. 

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