Inside Installations: Preservation and Presentation of Installation Art is a three-year research project (2004-2007) into the care and administration of an art form that is challenging prevailing views of conservation. Over thirty complex installations have been selected as case studies and will be re-installed, investigated and documented. Experience is shared and partners collaborate to develop good practice on five research topics. This website is a unique digital repository of the project's results and will be filled by project partners as their research unfolds.

General information on the project. Access to lectures from project events, e-learning resources, project bibliography and more.

Information on the artists represented in the project.

Results of over 30 case studies including condition reports, re-installation instructions and artist interviews.

Access good practice documents and supplementary information on each of the five research topics: preservation strategies, artists' participation, documentation & archiving strategies, theory & semantics as well as knowledge management & information exchange.

Managed by:
Cultural Heritage Agency (RCE), the Netherlands (formely known as Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN))

Co-organised by:
— Tate, London
— Restaurierungszentrum der Landeshauptstadt, Düsseldorf
— Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (S.M.A.K.), Ghent
— Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (MNCARS), Madrid
— Foundation for the Conservation of Modern Art (SBMK), The Netherlands.

Supported by the Culture 2000 programme of the European Union.

Carried out by members of the International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art (INCCA).