Case Studies
Multi-Monitor-Installation - Studio Azzurro (1984)

restoration case studies

The aim of the multi-year project to restore media art installations was to use individual case studies to test groundbreaking restoration methods which secured the long-term preservation of technology-based art. imai has dedicated initial case studies to the following art works: Il Nuotatore (va troppo spesso ad Heidelberg) (1984) by Studio Azzurro, In Situ (1986) by Gary Hill, Exchange Fields (2000) by Bill Seaman, Testcuts I by Katharina Sieverding, and Light Composition: Documenta 8 (1987) by Nan Hoover

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Lutz Mommartz | Zweileinwandkino (Two-Screen-Cinema) | Sketch (detail) | 1968 | © Lutz Mommartz, 2015 | Click here for whole image >>

Case Study 6

Lutz Mommartz, Zweileinwandkino (Two-Screen Cinema), 1968

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Nan Hoover "Light Composition: Documenta 8" (1987) | Videostill | © imai Düsseldorf, 2013 | Videodokumentation von Elisabeth Jappe im imai Online Katalog (ca. Min.18)>>

case study 5

Nan Hoover, Light Composition: Documenta 8, 1987

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Katharina Sieverding | Testcuts I | 2010 | (c) IKS-Medienarchiv / Dirk Rose

Case Study  4

Katharina Sieverding, Testcuts I, 2010

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case study 3

Bill Seaman, Exchange Fields, 2000 (2010)

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case study 2

Gary Hill, In Situ, 1986

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case study 1

 Studio Azzurro, Il nuotatore (va troppo spesso ad Heidelberg), 1984

 

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