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Tatja Scholte investigated the perpetuation of site-specific installation artworks in a museum context. ‘Site-specific’ means that the artwork is made for a specific place and for a temporary exhibition.

Event details of Site-specific installation artworks in museums
Date 13 February 2020
Time 15:00 -16:00
Location Aula - Lutherse kerk

Since the 1960s, artistic practices have shown an increasing trend of creating site-specific installation artworks at a variety of locations, including museums. Since the 1990s, museums have frequently commissioned artists to produce installation art for specific gallery spaces. Notwithstanding their site-specific and often temporary nature, these works of art are widely collected by museums, distributed and reinstalled again at different places and at different times.

T.I. Scholte: Insite / Outsite. The Perpetuation of Site-Specific Installation Artworks in Museums. Supervisor: Prof. J.J. Noordegraaf. Co-supervisors: Prof. G. Wharton (University of California Los Angeles) and Prof. D.A. Cherry.


This event is open to the public.

Aula - Lutherse kerk

Singel 411
1012 XM Amsterdam