Inside Installations:
Preservation and Presentation of Installation Art
was a three-year research project (2004 - 2007) into the care and administration of an art form that is challenging prevailing views of conservation.

Thirty-three complex installations (many multimedia) were re-installed, investigated and documented (see 33 case studies). By sharing their experience project participants worked together to develop guidelines, models & tools within five research themes: preservation, artist participation, documentation, theory & semantics, and knowledge management & information exchange (see research themes).
Over the three-year period 6 events (seminar/workshops) were organised and a considerable amount of knowledge was captured and can now be shared via the project website (see events).

Access the following pages by clicking the title
Introduction to the project
(pages include Project participants, Press release, Project plan, History, Booklet Inside Installations, View movies at this website