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SESSION ONE – Object based media conservation in public collections

A series of talks with professionals working on paper, photo, print and audio recording preservation in Hungary.
Please note this debate session is available in hungarian only.


1. Zita SOR: Saving…
Photo Conservator, Historical Photo Galleries, Hungarian National Museum,
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


2. Katalin OROSZ: Paper in modern media – problems and characteristics of artwork preservation
Paper – leather Conservator, Hungarian National Museum
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


3. Judit PAPP: Past and Present. Preserving and researching a case study  presenting the heritage of Hungarian photographer, Károly Escher
Photo Conservator, (OSZK) National Széchényi Library,
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


4. Ágnes KELEVÉZ: Words fly away? (Archiving and publication of recordings at the Petőfi Museum of Literature)
Literary historian, researcher specialising in the lifework of Hungarian poet, Mihály Babits, Head of Department of the Audiovisual Library at Petőfi Literary Museum,
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


SESSION TWO – Digitization

Identification of different media processes, preventive conservation and documentation methodology.


5. Armin STRAUBE: Digital Preservation and Trusted Digital Repositories – Key Concepts and Best Practice
Head of Research Data Curation at Qatar National Library
Doha, Qatar


6. Elisabeth SCHIMANA: Digital Nirvana
Director, IMA Institut für Medienarchäologie
Hainburg an der Donau, Austria


7. Matěj STRNAD: Why to start with film when we are thinking about preserving media-art?
archivist, Center for Audiovisual Studies (CAS),
Prague, Czech Republic


8. Elżbieta WYSOCKA: Archival Exhibition Practice, and the Sensory Experience of Film as an Obsolete Medium in the Context of Museum Spaces
Head of the Digital Repository Department at the National Film Archive in Warsaw,
Warsaw, Poland


SESSION THREE – Digital art conservation initiatives

Theorists, historians and researchers present on preservation of media and born digital content as cultural heritage.


9. Oliver GRAU: THE COMPLEX EXPRESSION OF DIGITAL ART
MediaArtHistories and its Impact on Archives and Humanities
Chair Professor for Image Science, Danube University Krems,
Krems, Austria


10. Florian FAION: Digital Re-Born Media Art – A Technical View on e-Installation
Research Assistant, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Karlsruhe, Germany


11. Jesús Muñoz MORCILLO: Synesthetic Documentation of Media Art as a Conservation Measure
Art theorist, classical philologist, Centre for Cultural and General Studies (ZAK) Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT),
Karlsruhe, Germany


12. Claudia SCHNUGG: Awarding, presenting, creating and preserving time-based media at Ars Electronica
Senior Curator of the Ars Electronica Residency Network, Senior Researcher at Ars Electronica Futurelab, Ars Electronica,
Linz, Austria


13. Jon IPPOLITO: The Art of Re-Collecting
Professor of New Media, Co-Director, Still Water lab, and Director, Digital Curation graduate program, University of Maine
Maine, USA

SESSION FOUR – Digital preservation matters

Theorists, historians and researchers present on preservation of media and born digital content, and on the methodological attempt at archiving, collecting, presenting and conserving media.


14. Christine SAUTER: PERICLES – a long-term solution for digital preservation
Project manager at King’s College London, coordinator of thePERICLES FP7 project
London, UK


15. Gaby WIJERS: LIMA repository and research for sustainable access to media art works
Director, LIMA,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands


16. Johannes GFELLER: ‘Digital: Yes, go for it – still remember analogue’
Professor, Head of Master’s program, Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design,
Stuttgart, Germany


17. Hanna HÖLLING: Media arts between the paradigms of traditional and recent theory
conservator, ANDREW W. MELLON VISITING PROFESSOR Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture,
New York, USA


SESSION FIVE – Digital art preservation initiatives in Hungary

Artists, historians present on preservation of media and born digital content in Hungary.
Please note this debate session is available in hungarian only.


18. Zoltán SZEGEDY-MASZÁK: Reconstruction or interpretation?
Professor, Head of Doctoral Program of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


19. János SUGÁR: Proposal for a digital philology
Artist, Lecturer, Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts,
Hungary, Budapest
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


20. Miklós PETERNÁK: The medium of preservation (Trialogue)
Director, C3 Center for Culture & Communication,
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.


21. Béla Tamás KÓNYA: When shall we start conserving the future?
chief conservator, Ludwig Museum,
Budapest, Hungary
Please note that lecture is available in hungarian only.

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