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PhD Research: Audience Participation in Performance-based Art (Iona Goldie-Scot)


Iona Goldie-Scot 

Title of research project / research interests 

Audience Participation in Performance-based Art


Maastricht University, the Netherlands


Prof.dr. R. van de Vall, Dr. V. van Saaze

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Previous education and/or work experience

MA Art Business (Distinction) Sotheby´s Institute of Art, London

MA Hons Ancient History (First Class) University of St Andrews

Gallery Assistant, Rupert Wace Ancient Art (London)

Editorial Assistant, fineartmultiple (Berlin and London)

Consultant, Sotheby´s Institute of Art (London)


Iona Goldie-Scot is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at Maastricht University, within the research program ´New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Art´ (NACCA), a Marie Curie Innovative Training Network funded by the European Commission. The focus of her present research is the exploration of opportunities of audience participation for the documentation and conservation of performance-based artworks with the objective of developing a documentation method that would accommodate future re-execution. Prior to this research project Iona was working at a leading gallery in Central London and an online platform dedicated to buying and selling exclusive contemporary art editions.

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