Episode 021: Christine Frohnert
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This week on the show we chat with an art conservator who has been pivotal in formalizing the field of time-based media conservation over the past two decades: Christine Frohnert. When Christine immigrated to the US in 2005 she was the only conservator who had training in  time-based media conservation – and she got to work quickly! Through her private practice with partner Reinhard Bek, her leadership in the American Institute for Conservation’s Electronic Media Group, and her work as a passionate educator, Christine has made a lasting impact on the field of time-based media conservation. Tune in to this week’s show to hear her story! Links from the conversation with Christine > American Institute for Conservation Electronic Media Group > Bek and Frohnert > Conservation Center at NYU’s IFA Join the conversation: https://twitter.com/ArtObsolescence https://www.instagram.com/artobsolescence/
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