On 28th January of 2022, a second virtual INCCA Speed Mentoring session was carried out during the Contemporary Art Conservation Revisited: 20 Years Later, organised in collaboration with the Bern Academy of the Arts (HKB).
There was a nice mix of mentors with affiliation to the Bern training programme, including time-based media arts, emerging professionals and (PhD) training programmes in general. It was a fun meeting, in which each of the eight mentors spoke with 4 mentees on Zoom in individual break-out rooms, allowing for uninterrupted time together.
Many thanks Martina Haidvogel and Marina Pfenninger-Lepage from HBK for making this session possible as part of their symposium Contemporary Art Conservation Revisited: 20 Years Later, and to Paula Chang who took care of all the assignments to break-out rooms. And to all our volunteer mentors and mentees for signing up and making the event a lively and fun experience for every participant.
Speed Mentors - 2022 Contemporary Art Conservation Revisited Symposium
- Carien van Aubel is an independent conservator specialized in modern and contemporary art the Netherlands and UK, based in London
- Pip Laurenson is Head of Collection Care Research at Tate, London
- Hélia Marçal is Lecturer in History of Art, Materials and Technology at UCL, London
- Alexandra Nichols is time-based media conservator at Tate, London
- Christel Pesme is Chief Conservator at the Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC), Singapore
- Claudia Roeck is PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam, as part of the EU funded project New Approaches in Contemporary Art Conservation (NACCA)
- Sanneke Stigter is Assistant Professor Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage at the University of Amsterdam
- Aga Wielocha is Conservator Preventive at M+, Hong Kong