This week we are revisiting our very first-ever episode, featuring one of the time-based media conservation field's foundational thinkers: Pip Laurenson, head of collections care reasearch at the Tate. Tune in to hear how a philosopher-turned stone sculpture conservator went on to become one of the most inflential conservators in time-based media art.
Links from the conversation with Pip
> Authenticity, Change and Loss in the Conservation of Time-Based Media Installations: https://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/06/authenticity-change-and-loss-conservation-of-time-based-media-installations
> The Management of Display Equipment in Time-based Media Installations:
> Reshaping the Collectible: https://www.tate.org.uk/research/reshaping-the-collectible
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