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    Research Meeting at Moderna galerija, Ljubljana , 12-13 March 2024      Over the past year the project partners, Archive of Fine Arts in Prague, basis wien — Archiv und Dokumentationszentrum, and the Archive of Moderna galerija Ljubljana, have dedicated significant time to research. They have employed various methods to investigate the impact of the year 2004 on the art sector and how these effects can be identified, measured, and represented.      Alongside classical research methods and interviewing contemporary witnesses, they addressed queries directly to their own databases for finding and interpreting source material from the holdings of their archives,.      Each of these archives use relational databases not only for describing and indexing the objects within their collections but also for enriching them with supplementary data and linking them to persons, institutions, and events, such as exhibitions.      Over the course of several decades, each archive has amassed a weal
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OPEN CALL   I REMEMBER THIS Conference, Vienna, 7/8 October 2024 In 2004, ten more countries joined the EU, this large-scale expansion brought about a change on the political map that was expected to have a substantial impact on the political, social, economic and cultural landscape. I n the art field, this process of transformation has been the subject of reflection, in particular, in works of art, as well as in exhibitions and special program me s. Organised by three different archives, the project Art Archive Study. Before and After 2004 is an attempt to look more closely at this specific moment in time by engaging with their holdings as corpora — archival bodies — and examining them in relation to each other. These archives are: Moderna galerija Archives in Ljubljana (founded in 1971), the Archive of Fine Arts in Prague (founded in 1984), and basis wien – Archive and Documentation Centre (founded in 1997). The work of these three archives is based on the compilation of m