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The ICOM-CC Triennial Conference is an important international academic and technical communication platform for conservators, scholars and institutions. With the theme "Transcending Boundaries: Integrated Approaches to Conservation", the ICOM-CC Triennial Conference presents 159 papers and 99 posters in the 21 ICOM-CC Working Groups. They focus on the latest achievements in various specialized fields of collections conservation with a global perspective and multiple dimensions.

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Papers

Posters

Exhibition

Technical Visits

International Museum Day

International Museum Day Celebration Events in China 2021

Programme

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  • BEIJING
  • PARIS
  • NEW YORK
  • LOS ANGELES
  • MELBOURNE
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15:00-15:15 OPENING : Welcome, opening remarks
15:15-15:30
15:30-15:45 ICOM-CC TRIENNIAL LECTURE Dr. WANG Xudong
15:45-16:00
16:00-16:15 Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
ZHANG, Xueyan Research on the construction of Qing dynasty lacquerware in the Palace Museum collection
Documentation
MATSUDA, Yashunori Cleaning paintings using in situ monitoring with complementary imaging techniques: Three-dimensional morphological measurements and reflection FTIR spectroscopy
Education and Training
HENDERSON, Jane and PARKES, Phil Using complexity to deliver standardised educational levels in conservation
Scientific Research
WU, Qing Observation and analysis of Zwischgold on late medieval sculptures
16:15-16:30 Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
DALY, Aoife Non-invasive dendrochronology – Pushing the boundaries of the technique
Documentation
Janin Bechstedt Distinction of green pigments from yellow mixed with blue and black using multispectral/multiband imagery
Education and Training
MURRAY, Alison Science in the art conservation curriculum II: Views of conservators
Scientific Research
KIM, Hyoyun and KANG, Seunghee Analysis of the royal seals of the National Palace Museum of Korea
16:30-16:45 Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
MC GOWAN-JACKSON,Holly Reflections and transflections on gilding: A preliminary investigation of coatings on gilded picture frames
Documentation
O’DONNELL, Eliza Authenticity, Instagram and the Artist Archive: Contemporary approaches to building a secure artist record in Indonesia
Education and Training
DI PIETRO, Giovanna Improving transfer in the education of conservator-restorers
Scientific Research
TAYLOR, Joel Increasing evidence-based decision-making for loan agreements
16:45-17:00 Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
Moderators: Jing HAN and Cecilia GAUVIN
Authors: ZHANG, DALY, MC GOWAN-JACKSON
Q&A
Documentation
BRIGHAM, Rosie Contribution patterns in a Citizen Heritage Science experiment
Education and Training
Moderators: Tanushree GUPTA and Rosie GRAYBURN
Authors: HENDERSON, MURRAY, DI PIETRO
Q&A
Scientific Research
CASSAR, JoAnn and STRLIC, Matija The opportunities of a global, shared research infrastructure for the conservation community
17:00-17:15 Documentation
BADR, Nour Borrowed or reassigned? Understanding the technique behind King Ramses IV’s reused coffin through visualization methods
Education and Training
NEVIN Austin, STANIFORTH Sarah, and LEI Yong Mid-career scientific training for 21st-century conservators: Methodology, research, and practice at the IIC International Training Centre at the Palace Museum, Beijing
Scientific Research
Moderators: Lynn LEE and Ashley FREEMAN
Authors: WU, KIM, TAYLOR, CASSAR
Q&A
17:15-17:30 Scientific Research
WU, Wangting Application of hyperspectral imaging technology to the analysis and research of Chinese paintings and calligraphy
Documentation
Moderators: Anil DWIVEDI and Aditi NAGAR.
Authors: MATSUDA, BECHSTEDT, O’DONNELL, BRIGHAM, BADR
Q&A
Education and Training
REIS, Teresa Teves 'Old Goa Revelations': A collaborative project for the shared heritage of India and Portugal
Murals, Stone & Rock Art
TAUBE, Michelle Two common dry mechanical cleaning methods for lime-based wall paintings – The problem of residues
17:30-17:45 Scientific Research
JIA, Liling Study on the application of amino acid analysis to evaluate the degradation degree of ancient silk fabrics
Education and Training
VANDIVERE, Abbie Public conservation at the Mauritshuis: Educating the technical art historians of the future
Murals, Stone & Rock Art
SEGEL, Kathrine Removing soiling from medieval lime-based wall paintings with water-loaded Nanorestore Gel Peggy 6
17:45-18:00 Scientific Research
ZENG, Tan Study on the rapid detection of mold contamination on paper using the fast GC e-nose
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
MELCHAR, Dana and BURGIO, Lucia A collaborative, multidisciplinary and multi-analytical approach to the characterisation of 'barniz de Pasto' objects from the V&A collections
Education and Training
CASADIO, Francesca Execute, evaluate, repeat: Implementing an integrated Art + Science interpretation strategy at the Art Institute of Chicago
Murals, Stone & Rock Art
LEONG, Gavin Development of a neural network approach for automated recognition of prehistoric carvings at Stonehenge
18:00-18:15 Scientific Research
WAN, Jiang The application of deep learning to automatic image recognition of bronze wares
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
BUCK, Susan Analysis and conservation treatment resolutions for the decorative interiors of the buildings in the Qianlong Garden in the Forbidden City
Education and Training
Moderators: Tanushree GUPTA and Rosie GRAYBURN
Authors: NEVIN, REIS, VANDIVERE, CASADIO
Q&A
Murals, Stone & Rock Art
MACLEOD, Ian Determining decay mechanisms on engraved rock art sites using pH, chloride ion and redox measurements with an assessment of the impact of cyclones, sea salt and nitrate ions on acidity
18:15-18:30 Scientific Research
Moderators: Ashley FREEMAN and Yong LEI
Authors: WU, JIA, ZENG, WAN
Q&A
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
KORYCIARZ-KITAMIKADO, Joanna The role of international projects in popularising knowledge on urushi lacquerware treatments in Central Europe
Metals
SHEN, Yijia Edo-period bronze mirrors: Technical investigation and conservation of their reflective side
Murals, Stone & Rock Art
Moderators: Lori WONG and Joshua HILL
Authors: TAUBE, SEGEL, LEONG, MACLEOD
Q&A
18:30-18:45 Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
HAUSDORF, Daniel Hold tight! Innovative 'shimbari' systems for the stabilization of surfaces
Metals
CONTRERAS-VARGAS, Jannen Painting a bronze sculpture? Decision-making for the conservation of 'El Caballito'
18:45-19:00 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
IAZURLO, Paola The modern Catholic wall paintings by Gino Severini in Switzerland: An integrated technical study
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
Moderators: Stephanie AUFFRET and Genevieve BIENOSEK.
Authors: MELCHAR, BUCK, KORYCIARZ-KITAMIKADO, HAUSDORF
Q&A
Metals
THICKETT, David Managing silver tarnish
Scientific Research
LI, Yu Standoff laser spectroscopy for wall paintings, monuments and architectural interiors
19:00-19:15 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
COTTE, Sabine and CHARPENTIER, Cecile The Shekhawati Project: International and interdisciplinary collaboration for the conservation of Rajasthan wall paintings
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
KÖRBER, Ulrike Chinese lacquer decorations for Catholic European consumers in the 16th and 17th centuries – Stylistic and technical evolutions
Metals
JOSEPH, Edith Groundbreaking approaches to green and sustainable metals conservation
Scientific Research
THORN, Andrew Photospectrometric characterization of pigments using an unprocessed xenon light source
19:15-19:30 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
CHAI, Bolong Enhanced recognition of multispectral digital images of Dunhuang murals using DStretch based on the Karhunen-Loève transform
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
PETISCA, Maria New contributions on the use of Toxicodendron succedaneum in Cantonese lacquerware
Metals
Moderators: Claudia CHEMELLO and David THICKETT
Authors: CONTRERAS-VARGAS, SHEN, THICKETT, JOSEPH
Q&A
Scientific Research
ROCHE, Alain Determination of the endurance limit of a paint layer
19:30-19:45 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
THORN, Andrew A model to assess insolation impact on painted rock surfaces
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
CHANG, Julie Coromandel lacquer diversities in the Qing dynasty
Metals
PERUGINI, Flavia Enameled steel in modern and contemporary art. A collaborative study on techniques, analysis, and conservation
Scientific Research
BOSCO, Emanuela Numerical modeling of metal soap formation and microcracking in historical oil paintings
19:45-20:00 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
HUSSEIN, Hany Ensuring the sustainability of conservation: Monitoring and maintenance in the tomb of Tutankhamen
Wood,Furniture and Lacquer
Moderators: Genevieve BIENOSEK and Stephanie AUFFRET
Authors: KÖRBER, PETISCA, CHANG
Q&A
Metals
SINGH, Vandana The synergy of craft, conservation, and cutting-edge technology: Conservation of arms and armour at the City Palace Museum, Udaipur, India
Scientific Research
Moderators: Ashley FREEMAN and LEI, Yong
Authors: LI, THORN, ROCHE, BOSCO
Q&A
20:00-20:15 Murals, Stone & Rock Art
Moderators: Lori WONG and Terry LITTLE
Authors: IAZURLO, COTTE, CHAI, THORN, HUSSEIN
Q&A
Metals
ELMARAZKY, Abdelaziz Impact of previous chemical treatments and environmental storage conditions on miniature agricultural implements from Tutankhamun’s tomb
Scientific Research
LIU, Yun Dose-response modelling for the discolouration of historical iron gall ink on paper
20:15-20:30 Metals
GÄNSICKE, Susanne The preservation of metalwork in the Kathmandu Valley: Reflections on past and current practices
Scientific Research
HAN, Jing Study of water-soluble light aging products on Asian lacquer surfaces
20:30-20:45 Leather and Related Materials
HUANG, Yue Study on bonding reinforcement techniques in the restoration of ancient shadow puppets
Metals
Moderators: Claudia CHEMELLO and David THICKETT
Authors: PERUGINI, SINGH, ELMARAZKY, GÄNSICKE
Q&A
Scientific Research
DA ROS, Simoní Unveiling the importance of diffusion on the deterioration of cellulose acetate artefacts: The profile of plasticiser loss as assessed by infrared microscopy
20:45-21:00 Leather and Related Materials
WEATHERILL, James Method development for the identification of Russia leather - A comparative study of waterlogged leather samples
Getty Conservation Institution Scientific Research
SMITH, Gregory Reassessing the ResinKit as a plastics reference collection for cultural heritage research
21:00-21:15 Leather and Related Materials
Moderators: Laurianne ROBINET and Martine POSTHUMA
Authors: HUANG, WEATHERILL
Q&A
Scientific Research
Moderators: Judith LEE and Jocelyn ALCANTARA-GARCIA
Authors: LIU, HAN, DA ROS, SMITH
Q&A
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15:00-15:15 International Museum Day celebrated in Beijing
15:15-15:30
15:30-15:45
15:45-16:00
16:00-16:15 Preventive Conservation
AN, Cheng The influence of preventive conservation on cultural relics in grottos undergoing conservation in China
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
LÓPEZ-PRAT, Mònica An ethnographic approach to developing new conservation strategies for the archaeological clay-based sculpture of the Silk Road
Textiles
NILSSON, Johanna Analysis and conservation of painted silk colours: Protecting paint and dyes with barriers
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
SWIERENGA, Heidi A subtle shift: The care and use of Indigenous belongings after the 'Calls to Action'
16:15-16:30 Preventive Conservation
ZHANG Guoqing Investigation of pests in the thangka storerooms at the Palace Museum, Beijing
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
HATCHFIELD,Pamela Tracing the past: Observations on a gilded marble relief attributed to Francesco di Simone Ferrucci
Textiles
TSATSOULI, Konstantina Mystery solved! Conservation and analysis as problem solvers for a group of metallic decorative braids from the excavation of the Holy Temple of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Thessaly, Greece
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
SMITH, Catherine Artefact access: The gulf between theory and practice
16:30-16:45 Preventive Conservation
TOURNIÉ, Aurélie and SAUVAGNARGUES, Fabrice Illuminating yellow and red feathers in museum exhibits: Microfading tests and light sensitivity of their bio-pigments
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
DINE, Haddon A technical study of exceptionally preserved polychromy and gilding on a Roman marble head
Textiles
MÁXIMO ROCHA, Pedro Strain development in historic tapestries
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
HEUMEN TCHANA, Hugues Challenges in the conservation of collections in open-air museums in Cameroon: Endogenous techniques and resilience—The case of the Museum of Batoufam CANCELLED
16:45-17:00 Preventive Conservation
PRETZEL, Boris Surface alteration of Japanese lacquers on exposure to (UV-free) light
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
DE CLERCQ, Camille Cyclododecane as protection for water-sensitive polychromy during water bath desalination of limestone sculptures: The case study of a mid-15th-century wall-mounted memorial from the Burgundian Netherlands
Textiles
Moderators: Deborah TRUPIN and Sarah BENSON
Authors: NILSSON, TSATSOULI, MÁXIMO ROCHA
Q&A
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
SHARMA, Deepakshi Scientific analysis of indigenous materials in Indian palm-leaf manuscripts
17:00-17:15 Preventive Conservation
Moderators: Vesna ZIVKOVIC and Naoko SONODA
Authors: AN, ZHANG, TOURNIÉ, PRETZEL
Q&A
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
Moderators: Stephanie DE ROEMER and Ana BIDARRA
Authors: LÓPEZ-PRAT,HATCHFIELD,DE CLERCQ,DINE
Q&A
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
HENSEL, Jessica The Bisj Pole Conservation Project at the Tropenmuseum: Pesticide mitigation during conservation treatment
17:15-17:30 Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
SÁ, Sara Recovering networks: The polychromy of Portuguese medieval sculpture
Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures
Moderators: Farideh FEKRSANATI and Sabine COTTE
Authors: SWIERENGA, SMITH, HEUMEN TCHANA, SHARMA, HENSEL
Q&A
17:30-17:45 Textiles
HINDBORG, Karin Electrolytic cleaning of silver threads – Effects of electrolytes on the condition of silk
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
BOYER, Linsly Illuminating Japanese Buddhist sculpture: Conservation, history, analysis, and presentation
Archaeological Materials and Sites
MARIS,Christos & MANATAKI, Meropi Identification and analysis of floor mosaic substructures revealed by ground-penetrating radar
17:45-18:00 Textiles
WANG, Shujuan Diversified treatment for fragile ancient Chinese silks
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
TOM, Cybele The many faces of Guanyin: Conservation and context of a polychrome bodhisattva
Archaeological Materials and Sites
CHLOUVERAKI, Stefania Where there is a will, there is a way: Preserving the bedding on detached mosaics
Preventive Conservation
COSAERT, Annelies Comparison of temperature and relative humidity analysis tools to address practitioner needs and improve decision-making
18:00-18:15 Textiles
CHEN, Na Repair and protection of umbrella fabrics at the Hangzhou Arts and Crafts Museum
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
MARTYNOWICZ, Iwona The altar by Veit Stoss in Krakow: Main issues involved in a complex conservation research project
Archaeological Materials and Sites
MACLEOD, Ian Bronze corrosion on archaeological sites: Correlation of past and present microenvironments via in situ pH, chloride and redox measurements
Preventive Conservation
XAVIER-ROWE, Amber Principles for developing low-cost, sustainable stores
18:15-18:30 Textiles
Moderators: Suzan MEIJER and Deborah TRUPIN
Authors: HINDBORG, WANG, CHEN
Q&A
Sculpture, Polychromy, and Architectural Decoration
Moderators: Ana BIDARRA and Stephanie DE ROEMER
Authors: SÁ, BOYER, TOM, MARTYNOWICZ
Q&A
Archaeological Materials and Sites
FRANK, Emily & CASTRIOTA, Brian Fifty-plus years of on-site metals conservation at Sardis: Correlating treatment efficacy and implementing new approaches
Preventive Conservation
HJERRILD SMEDEMARK, Signe Comparing the air quality performance in unoccupied storage buildings between mechanical ventilation and semi-passive climate control
18:30-18:45 Graphic Documents
LIU, Yuhui Evaluating the conservation quality of Chinese handmade paper: A case study on paper from Shiqiao village, Guizhou Province, China
Archaeological Materials and Sites
Moderators: Emma HOCKER and Stefania CHLOUVERAKI
Authors: MARIS, CHLOUVERAKI, MACLEOD, FRANK
Q&A
Preventive Conservation
KLENZ LARSEN, Poul Environmental control of algal growth on the wall paintings in Hoejerup Church
18:45-19:00 Archaeological Materials and Sites
MAYBERGER, Evelyn Conservation and preservation strategies for royal painted tombs in Kurru, Sudan: Acknowledging the past while planning for the future
Graphic Documents
HSIEH, Paul Advances in mending Chinese paper and books using fresh bamboo pulp
Textiles
VANDEN-BERGHE,Ina Early 16th-century mix-media retables: Study and conservation of the silk flowers in the Enclosed Gardens of Mechelen
Preventive Conservation
Moderators: Bart ANKERSMIT and Marjolijn DEBULPAEP
Authors: COSAERT, XAVIER-ROWE, HJERRILD SMEDEMARK, KLENZ LARSEN
Q&A
19:00-19:15 Archaeological Materials and Sites
HE, Xiaoyan Research on the comprehensive protection of the Xi Xia Mausoleums site
Graphic Documents
LUO, Yujia An assessment of the material properties of Tibetan manuscripts from the 19th–20th century – Preliminary results
Textiles
FRANZON, Maria Preserving a sleeping beauty: The remodelling of a baroque state bed and developing strategies for its long-term display
Preventive Conservation
HENDERSON, Jane Preventive conservation training: A partnership between the UK and Myanmar
19:15-19:30 Archaeological Materials and Sites
WONG, Sharon Identification of polymer-based artefacts from the former Wheeler Residence at the Mernda archaeological site in Victoria, Australia: A comparison of attenuated total reflectance and reflectance spectroscopic techniques
Graphic Documents
Moderators: Ute HENNIGES and Andrea PATAKI-HUNDT
Authors: LIU, HSIEH, LUO
Q&A
Textiles
ISHII, Mie The wabi-sabi of 'boro' rags and the art of textile conservation
Preventive Conservation
ANKERSMIT, Bart Mind the gap – Developing new display cases for the manuscripts of Anne Frank
19:30-19:45 Archaeological Materials and Sites
Moderators: Emma HOCKER and Stefania CHLOUVERAKI
Authors: MAYBERGER, HE, WONG
Q&A
Graphic Documents
MENEI, Eve From excavation to exhibition through cross-border cooperation: The journey forth into the light of the oldest inscribed papyri
Textiles
Moderators: Sarah BENSON and Deborah Lee Trupin
Authors: VANDEN-BERGHE, FRANZON, ISHII
Q&A
Preventive Conservation
BROKERHOF, Agnes, NIEUWENHUIJSE, Daphne, and MENKE, Nathalie Loans to non-museum organisations: Concepts for crossing boundaries
19:45-20:00 Graphic Documents
WYSZOMIRSKA-NOGA, Zofia Iron on paper or ‘how beautifully the lines of force represent the disposition of the magnetic power’: Preserving Michael Faraday’s experiment results in the Royal Institution’s archive
Natural History Collections
HOVMAND, Ida One cat just leads to another
Preventive Conservation
GARSIDE, Paul The use of ‘combined reporting’ to support preventive conservation at the British Library
20:00-20:15 Art Technological Source Research
YU, Li The concept of authenticity in modified mounting formats for traditional Chinese paintings and calligraphy
Graphic Documents
STIGLITZ, Marinita Fit for an emperor: Akbar’s luxury manuscript of the Baharistan of Jami and its conservation
Natural History Collections
Moderators: Mariana DI GIACOMO
Authors: HOVMAND
Q&A
Preventive Conservation
Moderators: Anna Bülow and Jane HENDERSON
Authors: HENDERSON, ANKERSMIT, BROKERHOF, GARSIDE
Q&A
20:15-20:30 Art Technological Source Research
KINSEHER, Kathrin The Doerner: An artists’ manual, art technological reference, and international long-seller
Graphic Documents
HUANG, Jo-Fan Interdisciplinary approaches to the conservation of paper and photographic collections for the opening of M+ Museum
Sponsored Session - Tianjin CNRO Science & Technology CO., Ltd
Preventive Conservation
GRAU-BOVÉ, Josep Modelling and performance evaluation of storage enclosures
20:30-20:45 Art Technological Source Research
SCHWADERLAPP, Vanessa Unlocking histories: The Schoenfeld/LUKAS archive and its potential for art technological research
Graphic Documents
Moderators: Ute HENNIGES and Andrea PATAKI-HUNDT
Authors: MENEI, WYSZOMIRSKA-NOGA, STIGLITZ, HUANG
Q&A
Preventive Conservation
VON LERBER, Karin Decontaminating an entire museum collection affected by asbestos
20:45-21:00 Art Technological Source Research
MAIA, Marilene C Paintings by Carlos Vergara – Building a library of materials
Graphic Documents
LANKESTER, Paul Testing storage materials for paper-based archives
Preventive Conservation
LLOYD, Helen & LITHGOW, Katy For whose benefit? Integrating people and conservation
21:00-21:15 Art Technological Source Research
PATTERSON, Catherine S. Practice, process, and prints: Degas’ 'Dancers Practicing in the Foyer'
Graphic Documents
PATAKI-HUNDT, Andrea Klucel hydroxypropylcellulose: Its impact on artificial ageing and consequences for conservation usage – A case study
Preventive Conservation
ROBINSON-CALVER, Sharon. Taming the beast: Preservation and display of the Whitechapel fatberg
21:15-21:30 Art Technological Source Research
Moderators: Doris OLTROGGE
Authors: YU, KINSEHER, SCHWADERLAPP, MAIA, PATTERSON
Q&A
Graphic Documents
GARSIDE, Paul Using physical data to reassess transport and handling policies at the British Library
Preventive Conservation
Moderators: Simon LAMBERT and Anna Bülow
Authors: GRAU-BOVÉ, VON LERBER, Katy Lithgow, ROBINSON-CALVER
Q&A
21:30-21:45 Graphic Documents
Moderators: Ute HENNIGES and Yuhui Liu
Authors: LANKESTER,PATAKI-HUNDT, GARSIDE
Q&A
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15:00-15:15 KEYNOTE: Prof. Dr. ZHAO Feng: Conservation Cycle: A Working Model to Face Global Challenges at the China National Silk Museum
Introduction Dr. MA Qinglin
15:15-15:30
15:30-15:45 ICOM-CC PANEL: Current challenges in conservation
Panelists: BÜLOW Anna, CANE Simon, LITTLE Terry, MA Qinglin, ZHAO Feng
Moderator: LEE Lynn
15:45-16:00
16:00-16:15
16:15-16:30
16:30-16:45 Glass and Ceramics
VAN GIFFEN, N. Astrid R. Understanding Chinese snowflake glass: A collaborative research project
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
LANZA, Maria Cristina The decay of PMMA and its conservation treatment: The case study of a kinetic work
Paintings
SCHARFF, Mikkel Canvas-related microcracks in Danish 19th-century paintings
16:45-17:00 Glass and Ceramics
CHENG, Qian Scientific study on archaeological glass finds from the Qiemo kingdom unearthed along the southern route of the Silk Road in Xinjiang
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
TAYLOR, Joel What do we talk about when we talk about 'future generations'?
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
MEUL, Veerle Richard Deacon’s 'Never Mind' (1993–2017): The remake is the original? Negotiating the identity of a re-fabricated outdoor sculpture
Paintings
WEBER, Fanny Max Pechstein’s "Sommer in den Dünen": Joint research on the intended surface aesthetics
17:00-17:15 Glass and Ceramics
WERTZ, Julie Material investigation of cold-painted funerary ceramics of the Han dynasty
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
VERBEECK, Muriel Intentio operis. From the "enclosed garden" to the open work
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
CONE, Louise Ether Body: Materiality and transcendence
Paintings
ORMSBY, Bronwyn Revisiting cleaned acrylic emulsion painting surfaces ten years on: Observations and reflections
17:15-17:30 Glass and Ceramics
Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR
Authors: VAN GIFFEN, CHENG, WERTZ
Q&A
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
HOUBART, Claudine Transcending boundaries in the use of concepts: The case of antifragility
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER
Authors: LANZA, MEUL, CONE
Q&A
Paintings
HSIAO, Yi-Hsia “Copy and Paste”: An integrated approach to a traditional field of Chinese painting
17:30-17:45 Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
Hélia Marçal Towards a relational ontology of conservation
Paintings
Moderators: Jae Youn CHUNG and Elisabeth RAVAUD
Authors: SCHARFF, WEBER, ORMSBY, HSIAO
Q&A
17:45-18:00 Paintings
MELONI, Sabrina Jan Steen’s eclectic use of green and blue pigments
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
Moderators: Hélia Marçal and Esther VAN DUIN
Authors: TAYLOR, VERBEECK, HOUBART, MARÇAL
Q&A
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
KLINKMULLER,Franziska The conservation of 'Città irreale' (1968–69) by Mario Merz: How to prolong the life of an Arte Povera work
Glass and Ceramics
EGGERT, Gerhard Curious compounds – Investigating the variety and structure of calcium acetate efflorescence on calcareous objects by XRPD
18:00-18:15 Paintings
SALVANT, Johanna Investigating the transition period from colored to white preparatory layers in 18th-century French canvas paintings: A retrospective study
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
FORD, Thierry An integrated conservation approach to a historic collection: The controversial varnishing of Munch's paintings
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
LAWSON, Louise Unfolding interactions in the preservation of performance art at Tate
Glass and Ceramics
O'CONNOR, Ariel From cuneiform to contemporary: The conservation of unfired clay
18:15-18:30 Paintings
VON ADERKAS, Nelly Splashed across the page: Understanding Joshua Reynolds’s paint media through analysis of drips in his pocket books
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
STREETON, Noelle L.W. New expectations for conservation in Norway in the 1960s: Bjørn Kaland and the altarpiece from Holmedal
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
BEERKENS, Lydia An inclusive approach to modern artworks living on modern architecture
Glass and Ceramics
THICKETT, David Damage assessment and mitigation measures for enamels displayed in historic buildings
18:30-18:45 Paintings
LI, Guanghua Study on the application of an automatic hyperspectral scanning system to investigate Chinese paintings
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
OKA, Iwataro Japanese painting: The history of restoration techniques and principles
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER
Authors: KLINKMULLER, MARÇAL, BEERKENS
Q&A
Glass and Ceramics
Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR
Authors: EGGERT, O'CONNOR, THICKETT
Q&A
18:45-19:00 Paintings
Moderators: Elisabeth RAVAUD and Jae Youn CHUNG
Authors: MELONI, SALVANT, VON ADERKAS, LI
Q&A
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
VAN DUIJN, Esther “As much as is necessary for the harmony of the picture not to be disturbed”: The materials and methods used during the 1945–47 treatment of 'The Night Watch' by Rembrandt
Photographic Materials
VILA, Anna Light matters: Photographic material related to Vilhelm Hammershøi and his circle
19:00-19:15 Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
Moderators: Hélia Marçal and Brian CASTRIOTA
Authors: FORD, STREETON, OKA, VAN DUIJN
Q&A
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
SCATURRO, Sarah Already out of fashion: The fashionable rise and chemical fall of thermoplastic polyurethane
Photographic Materials
MARCHESI, Monica Reprint and destroy? Wolfgang Tillmans' artistic practice: The reprinting and the intentional destruction of large-format inkjet prints
19:15-19:30 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials
STELZNER, Ingrid Non-destructive assessment of conserved archaeological wood using computed tomography
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
O'GRADY, Caitlin Interventions: Contesting time, expertise and perspective in conservation decision-making
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
LAGANA, Anna In search of a perfect bond: An evaluation of potential adhesives to repair transparent poly(methyl methacrylate) objects
Photographic Materials
WINTHER, Thea Developing strategies for the preservation of film collections – Integrating NIRS analysis as a part of the process
19:30-19:45 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials
SHEN, Dawa and FEI, Lihua Experimental study on the consolidation of decayed wooden planks on the Quanzhou Ship: A discussion of the possibility of retreatment
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
STOVELAND, Lena Porsmo Mock-ups and materiality in conservation research
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
ROJAS-SEBESTA, Clara and DELIDOW, Margo Transparency in the age of replication
Photographic Materials
Moderators: Diana DIAZ-CANAS, Lénia OLIVEIRA FERNANDES
Authors: VILA, MARCHESI, WINTHER
Q&A
19:45-20:00 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials
ZHENG, Hailing Silk fibroin consolidation and tracking of the protective effect on ancient saturated silk fabrics
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
HAMZA, NagmEldeen Conservation between scientific methodology and laboratory application: An integrated approach to past and present challenges
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art
Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER
Authors: SCATURRO, LAGANÀ, ROJAS-SEBESTA
Q&A
Sponsored Session - Tru Vue
20:00-20:15 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials
Moderators: Emily WILLIAMS and Ida HOVMAND
Authors: STELZNER, SHEN, ZHENG
Q&A
Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
HILL, Joshua Intervention vigilance in conservation: Lessons from the medical profession
20:15-20:30 Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation
Moderators: Hélia Marçal and Deepakshi SHARMA
Authors: O'GRADY, STOVELAND, HAMZA, HILL
Q&A
20:30-20:45 CLOSING SESSION
20:45-21:00