Roger Griffith is an Associate Sculpture Conservator at The Museum of Modern Art since 1998. He received his MA from the Royal College of Art/ Victoria & Albert Museum London England in 1997. Prior to MoMA he was an inter/fellow at the Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation, Metropolitan Museum of Art (1991-93); The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1997) and the University of East Anglia: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich England (1996). He has worked on many exhibitions during his tenure at MoMA and published and lectured internationally on various topics of conservation. His recent research examines the nature of the collaborative process of art professionals in regards to the exhibition installation, preservation, maintenance, and storage of ephemeral contemporary art. He is a contributing author in the catalog for It’s All True: Bruce Conner, titled “The life, death, and resurrection of Bruce Conner’s CHILD” (2016). Roger plans to be on sabbatical January – June 2017 where he will be teaching at Musashino Art University Tokyo, Japan and consulting with OPAM (Oita Prefectural Museum of Art) in Kyushu, Japan.