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INCCA Talks

INCCA Talks is a series of conversations and panels exploring current issues in contemporary art conservation and related fields. They include book talks where authors will discuss their recently published books. INCCA Talks are free of charge and will take place online using Zoom. Sign up to the INCCA Newsletter or keep an eye out on Linked In and Facebook to see when the next INCCA Talk is planned. 

Upcoming


INNCA Talk, 19 January 2022  3PM CET - For our next INCCA Talk, we will invite Rosario Llamas Pacheco, author of the 2020 article Some Theory for the Conservation of Contemporary Art, published in Studies in Conservation, to speak with Ana-Lizeth Mata Delgado on the subject of the “Death of an Artwork”, as the first of our two-part event organized in collaboration with CAN! Conversation.  Register here.

Archived


INCCA Talk, 4 May 2021 - Featured Fernando Dominguez Rubio in conversation with Pip Laurenson about his new book Still Life: Ecologies of the Modern Imagination at the Art Museumhttps://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/S/bo51203276.html

Watch the recording of this talk (with closed captioning) here. 


INCCA Talk, 14 December 2021 - This Talk was dedicated to exploring the preservation of Light Art. We welcomed Raphael Lozano-Hemmer. Raphael Lozano-Hemmer is a media artist working at the intersection of architecture and performance art. 

Watch the recording of this talk (with closed captioning) here.