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Program and presentations, Day 1

Monday November 3, 2008 at the National Gallery of Denmark

Morning Session: Contemporary Art - Paradoxes and Challenges
Moderator: Jørgen Wadum

Welcome and Introduction with Karsten Ohrt, Director of Statens Museum for Kunst and Mikkel Bogh, Rector of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts

10.00-10.30
Dr. Dirk Luckow, Director Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany: You can't avoid 'memento mori’ - Contemporary art at Kunsthalle zu Kiel

10.35-11.20
Christian Scheidemann, Senior Conservator, Contemporary Conservation, New York: Concerning the Gradual Construction of Thoughts while Speaking – an Interdisciplinary Discourse on the Process of Aging - discussing the approach of artists, conservators, historians and philosophers in regard to the aging process of non–traditional materials in contemporary art

Discussion

Lunch 11.45-13.00

Afternoon session: Authenticity, History, and Reproducibility
Moderator: Ysbrand Hummelem

13.00-13.20
Joachim Koester, Artist, Denmark, New York: Drifting through the “subtle realms” – History as a dormant presence; a modest proposal for how to engage

13.25-13.55
Mikkel Bogh, Rector, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark: Preserving Perception: Ideas of Embodiment in Conceptual Art from Joseph Kosuth to Joachim Koester

14.05-14.35
Lyndsey Morgan, Conservator, Tate Modern, London, UK: The 3-D documentation of early plastic sculptures by Naum Gabo

14.40-15.10 coffee/tea break

15.10-15.40
Thea Winther, Conservator, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden: Understanding ‘Flocked’ – a case study of a Keith Sonnier latex art work from the late 1960s

Discussion

15.50-16.10
Marianne Torp, curator, Statens Museums for Kunst, introduction to the special exhibition "Reality Check". Special viewing "Reality Check" including Mike Nelson’s work Kristus och Judas: A Structural Conceit (a performance in three parts)

16.15-17.00: Viewing of exhibitions

See program and presentations, Day 2


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