Installation Art And The Museum: Presentation And Conservation Of Changing Artworks by Vivian Van SaazeInstallation Art And The Museum: Presentation And Conservation Of Changing Artworks by Vivian Van Saaze

Installation Art And The Museum: Presentation And Conservation Of Changing Artworks

byVivian Van Saaze

Paperback | August 15, 2013

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Installation art has become mainstream in artistic practices. However, acquiring and displaying such artworks means that curators and conservators are challenged to deal with obsolete technologies, ephemeral materials, and other issues concerning care and management of these artworks. By analyzing three in-depth case studies, the author sheds new light on the key concepts of traditional conservation—authenticity, artist’s intention, and the notion of ownership—while exploring how these concepts apply in contemporary art conservation.  
Vivian van Saaze is postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Maastricht University in the Netherlands. 
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Title:Installation Art And The Museum: Presentation And Conservation Of Changing ArtworksFormat:PaperbackDimensions:220 pages, 9 × 6.5 × 0.7 inPublished:August 15, 2013Publisher:Amsterdam University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9089644598

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

 

Introduction: Challenges of Installation Art

      On Changes and Challenges

      Installation Art and the Museum

      Decisions and Discussions

      Doing Artworks

      Outline of the Book

1. Key Concepts and Developments in Conservation Theory and Practice

      Introduction

      The Emergence of Conservation as a Profession

      Authenticity and Artist’s Intent: Key Concepts and Stumbling Blocks

      Conclusion

2. From Singularity to Multiplicity: Authenticity in Practice

      2.1 Introduction

      2.2 More than One One Candle?

      2.3 Authenticity as a Matter of Perspective

      2.4 From Perspectives to Practices

      2.5 One Candle as Singular

      2.6 Disruptions and Dispersion

      2.7 External Multiple One Candles

      2.8 One Candle: More than One, Less than Many

3. From Intention to Interaction: Artist’s Intention Reconsidered

      3.1 Introduction

      3.2 Problems of Reinstallation: Artist’s Intent in Practice

      3.3 By Means of Measuring: A Stretch Museum Scale 1:1

      3.4 Never Stop Starting: ensemble autor de mur

      3.5 Conclusion: Multiple Practices

4. From Object to Collective, from Artists to Actants: Ownership Reframed

      4.1 Introduction

      4.2 The Emergence of No Ghost Just a Shell

      4.3 Searching for New Concepts

      4.4 Acquiring No Ghost Just a Shell: From Artists to Museum

      4.5 A New Artwork: Travelling Pod

      4.6 The Museum System

      4.7 ‘What Exactly Have We Acquired?’

      4.8 Another No Ghost Just a Shell

      4.9 By Way of Conclusion

Conclusion: Challenges and Potentialities of Installation Art

      On Challenges and Potentialities

      Foregrounding Practices

      New Vistas

 

List of Illustrations

References

Interviews

Index

Editorial Reviews

Installation Art and the Museum will become essential reading for scholars and professionals who work in the art world, along with anyone with serious interest in contemporary art and its display.”