25. November 2022 - 13:00

Artist's moving image: Conservation of time-based art

Sigurður Guðjónsson, Tape, 2016
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Reykjavík Art Museum's autumn conference, Artist's moving image, in Hafnarhús 24–26. November.

The topics of the first symposium of the conference are the boundary between film and media art, the conservation and displaying of time based and digital media in museums and the challenges involved.

The conference is connected to the collection and exhibitions at Reykjavík Art Museum, as well as the upcoming European Film Awards in December.

Friday, 25. November:

Challanges in conservation of time-based media

13h00: Symposium opening

13h15: Jina Chang, Nasjonalmuseum Oslo - Documentation Strategies and Tools for Complex Time-based Media. (EN)

14h00: Þórir Ingvarsson, Film and photography conservator at the National Gallery– Long-term conservation of film media. (IS)

14h30: Coffee Brake.

15h00: Gunnþóra Halldórsdóttir, Project manager of conservation and research, National film archive– Art and Films. (IS)

15h30: Sigríður Regína Sigurþórsdóttir, Living Art Museum Collection manager– Conservation and registration of time-based artworks and films. (IS)

Register HERE

17h00-20h00Cinema night
Film authors: Joshua Reiman, Ásta Fanney Sigurðardóttir, Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir, Anna María Bogadóttir, Lee Lynch og Þorbjörg Jónsdóttir.

Malbygg brewery will have a pop-up bar both Thursday and Friday evening.

In the second symposium of the autumn conference, artists and academics will discuss the relationship between film and art.

The autumn conference is held in collaboration with the Research Center for Museum Studies.

Free entrance with a museum ticket and for holders of Annual Pass/Culture Pass.