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LIS 661 | Art Documentation | Fall 2017

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Living Artist Request for Proposal

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LIS 661 | Art Documentation | Fall 2017

  1. 1. Living Artist - Request for Proposal Anne Boissonnault, Marc Castellini, Patrick Jerry Chinmi Liao, Sara Magin LIS 661 Art Documentation | Fall 2017
  2. 2. Historical Background ! Artistic History: The artist has produced approximately 150 paintings over 25 years. ! Working Process: The artist photographs each work throughout production. The result is a mix of negatives, contact sheets, and digital and analog photographs.

  3. 3. Works of Theodosia Bellonda Resource: http://www.random-art.org/
  4. 4. Current Status of Materials and Constituents ! Paintings are maintained in chronological order, according to conventions of previous cataloguers ! Photographs are maintained in two distinct groups: ○ Digital photographs are stored in an external hard drive ○ Slides, photographs, and contact sheets have been organized and stored according to conventions established by the former studio assistant and interns. 

  5. 5. Project Overview Phase 1. Full inventory of the artist’s collection and research of sold items. Phase 2. Digitization and Cataloging Project, wherein digital surrogates will be created for all analogue materials, and the collection will be catalogued at the item level. Phase 3. Completion of catalogue records, and quality control of digitized images, as well as the backup of all information on external hard drives.
  6. 6. Timeline
  7. 7. Staff Project leader
 (Studio liaison) Digital conservation specialist Technical staff Interns (1 to 2)
  8. 8. Supplies Zeutschel 12000C Overhead Color Scanner 4T hard drive Labels Or Amazon Cloud Drive Nikon D700
  9. 9. Methodologies Data System: Data Scheme:
 Technologies:
  10. 10. Conceptual Map
  11. 11. RELATIONS Related Subjects Subject Concepts Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus [AAT] (Repeatable) input related subjects as they are listed in AAT. For the purpose of this project, Subject Concepts will always be the color or pigment associated with the project with which the object is related and the following: nonrepresentational art - Art that presents a visual form with no specific reference to anything outside itself, in contrast to art that depicts subjects found in nature or elsewhere in the real world. To refer to the particular style of contemporary art displaying some of these characteristics, use "Nonobjective." Subject Objects Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Local This field is for Image records only. Enter the title of the painting depicted in the image as it appears in the Work record. Related Works Name of the related work Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Local (Repeatable) enter the name of the related object as it appears in that object’s Title filed. Application Profile IDENTIFICATION Record Control Record ID Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Local This field is automatically generated by the xDAMS application, no input is necessary. Record Type Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus [AAT] Choose from drop-down list in the xDAMS application. For the purpose of this project, one of the following Record Types should be used: Collection - Accumulated groups of objects or materials having a focal characteristic and that have been brought together by an individual or organization. A collection comprises multiple items that are conceptually or physically arranged together for the purpose of cataloging or retrieval. A collection differs from an archival group because the items in a collection are bound informally for convenience and do not necessarily share a common provenance or otherwise meet the criteria for an archival group. Collection-level cataloging is appropriate for materials that share one or more common characteristics that make it useful for them to be clustered together. Individual items in a collection may be cataloged separately and linked to the collection. This is the highest level record type, and should be used only once. Group - Group-level cataloging focuses on the description of coherent, collective bodies of works. The description emphasizes the characteristics of the group as a whole, and highlights the unique and distinctive characteristics of the most important works in the group. Groups are usually defined by repositories, and may have several subgroups that are established by archival principles of provenance. The catalog record for a group normally corresponds to a physical group as it currently exists and is stored by the repository; however, historical groups may also be described. Groups may be divided into subgroups. Item - Individual objects or works. Most works in museums are cataloged as items. A stand-alone architectural work should generally be cataloged as an item. An item may be composed of multiple parts or components, and it may be desirable to catalog the parts separately, linking the records for the components to the record for the whole. An item differs from a component in that the component cannot stand alone as an independent work code Value Scheme: Input Guidelines: Local (Repeatable) enter the inventory number of the related object as it appears in that object’s Inventory Number field.
  12. 12. Object Identification AAT TGN ULAN /VIAF xDAMS W3CDTF / ISO 8601
  13. 13. Object Numbers Identifier format Example object identifier [CREATION DATE].[COLOR CODE].[OBJECT CODE].[CHRONOLOGY NUMBER] 2000.RED.P.001 year the object was produced first three letters of the project color with which the object is associated P Paintings I Images D Digital Images indicates position that the object holds in the artist’s sequence of production
  14. 14. Description xDAMS AAT CCO MoMA
  15. 15. Relations ! Used to record concepts and items related to the record’s subject. ! All records should have metadata on their subject matter, with terminology drawn from Getty AAT. ! Image records should also have metadata detailing the painting that they depict. ! Cataloger can define multiple items to which the item is related ! Relations tab does not appear in xDams record view.
  16. 16. Relations
  17. 17. Relations
  18. 18. Object Reproductions ! Used to record information on reproductions of the subject of the record. ! Metadata includes a digital image of the reproduction, information on the reproduction’s source, and its relation to the item. ! Also includes information on the reproduction’s copyright status, which may differ from that of the item itself.
  19. 19. Object Reproductions
  20. 20. Administrative Metadata ! Used to record information on the item’s copyright status, as well as a history of edits made to the record. ! Copyright information includes rights statement codes, dates of copyright, name of the rights holder, and the credit line provided by the artist. ! Editing record is produced automatically; includes dates of editing, the name of the individual who edited the record, and the type of edit made.
  21. 21. Administrative Metadata
  22. 22. Thanks! Questions?

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