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Wednesday 19 May

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15:00-15:15 KEYNOTE: Prof. Dr. ZHAO Feng:
Introduction: Dr. MA Qinglin
Conservation Cycle: A Working Model to Face Global Challenges at the China National Silk Museum view Broadcast
15:15-15:30
15:30-16:30 ICOM-CC PANEL: Current challenges in conservation
Panelists: BÜLOW Anna, CANE Simon, LITTLE Terry, MA Qinling, ZHAO Feng
Moderator: LEE Lynn view Broadcast
16:30-16:45 Glass and Ceramics VAN GIFFEN, N. Astrid R.:
Understanding Chinese snowflake glass: A collaborative research project view Paper view Broadcast
no session Modern Materials and Contemporary Art LANZA, Maria Cristina:
The decay of PMMA and its conservation treatment:
The case study of a kinetic work   view Paper view Broadcast
Paintings SCHARFF, Mikkel:
Canvas-related microcracks in Danish 19th-century paintings
view Paper view Broadcast
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 Xinjang view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation TAYLOR, Joel:
What do we talk about when we talk about 'future generations'? view Paper view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
Paintings WEBER, Fanny:
Max Pechstein’s "Sommer in den Dünen": Joint research on the intended surface aesthetics view Paper view Broadcast
17:00-17:15 Glass and Ceramics    WERTZ, Julie:
Material investigation of cold-painted funerary ceramics of the Han dynasty   view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation VERBEECK, Muriel:
Intentio operis. From the "enclosed garden" to the open work view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art CONE, Louise:
Ether Body: Materiality and transcendence   view Paper view Broadcast
Paintings       ORMSBY, Bronwyn:
Revisiting cleaned acrylic emulsion painting surfaces ten years on: Observations and reflections view Paper view Broadcast
17:15-17:30 Glass and Ceramics Q&A Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR.
Authors: VAN GIFFEN, CHENG, WERTZ, view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation   HOUBART, Claudine:
Transcending boundaries in the use of concepts:
The case of antifragility view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Q&A Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: LANZA, MEUL, CONE,    view Broadcast
Paintings HSIAO, Yi-Hsia:
“Copy and Paste”: An integrated approach to a traditional field of Chinese painting view Paper view Broadcast
17:30-17:45 Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation MARÇAL, Hélia:
Towards a relational ontology of conservation view Paper view Broadcast
no session Paintings Q&A Moderators: Jae Youn CHUNG and Elisabeth RAVAUD.
Authors: SCHARFF, WEBER, ORMSBY, HSIAO view Broadcast
17:45-18:00 Paintings MELONI, Sabrina:
Jan Steen’s eclectic use of green and blue pigments view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation Q&A Moderators: Hélia MARÇAL and Esther VAN DUIN.
Authors: TAYLOR, VERBEECK, HOUBART, MARÇAL   view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
Glass and Ceramics   EGGERT, Gerhard:
Curious compounds – Investigating the variety and structure of calcium acetate efflorescence on calcareous objects by XRPD view Paper view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation FORD, Thierry:
An integrated conservation approach to a historic collection:
The controversial varnishing of Munch's paintings view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art LAWSON, Louise:
Unfolding interactions in the preservation of performance art at Tate view Paper view Broadcast
Glass and Ceramics O'CONNOR, Ariel:
From cuneiform to contemporary: The conservation of unfired clay   view Paper view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art BEERKENS, Lydia:
An inclusive approach to modern artworks living on modern architecture view Paper view Broadcast
Glass and Ceramics THICKETT, David:
Damage assessment and mitigation measures for enamels displayed in historic buildings   view Paper view Broadcast
18:30-18:45 Paintings LI, Guanghua:
Study on the application of an automatic hyperspectral scanning system to investigate Chinese paintings view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation OKA, Iwataro:
History of Japanese painting conservation. A review of techniques and principles. view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Q&A    Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: KLINKMULLER, MARÇAL, BEERKENS   view Broadcast
Glass and Ceramics Q&A Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR.
Authors: EGGERT, O'CONNOR, THICKETT view Broadcast
18:45-19:00 Paintings Q&A Moderators: Elisabeth RAVAUD and Jae Youn CHUNG. Authors: MELONI, SALVANT, VON ADERKAS, LI view Broadcast 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 view Paper view Broadcast
no session Photographic Materials VILA, Anna:
Light matters: Photographic material related to Vilhelm Hammershøi and his circle   view Paper view Broadcast
19:00-19:15 Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation Q&A Moderators: Hélia MARÇAL and Brian CASTRIOTA.
Authors: FORD, STREETON, OKA, VAN DUIJN   view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art SCATURRO, Sarah:
Already out of fashion: The fashionable rise and chemical fall of thermoplastic polyurethane view Paper view Broadcast
Photographic Materials MARCHESI, Monica:
Reprint and destroy? Wolfgang Tillmans' artistic practice: The reprinting and intentional destruction of large-format inkjet prints view Paper view Broadcast
19:15-19:30 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials STELZNER, Ingrid:
Non-destructive assessment of conserved archaeological wood using computed tomography   view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation O'GRADY, Caitlin:
Interventions: Contesting time, expertise and perspective in conservation decision-making view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art LAGANÀ, Anna:
In search of a perfect bond: An evaluation of potential adhesives to repair transparent poly(methyl methacrylate) objects view Paper view Broadcast
Photographic Materials WINTHER, Thea:
Developing strategies for the preservation of film collections – Integrating NIRS analysis as a part of the process view Paper view Broadcast
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 view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation STOVELAND, Lena Porsmo:
Mock-ups and materiality in conservation research view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art ROJAS-SEBESTA, Clara and DELIDOW, Margo:
Transparency in the age of replication view Paper view Broadcast
Photographic Materials Q&A Moderators: Diana DIAZ-CANAS, Lénia OLIVEIRA-FERNANDES
Authors: VILA, MARCHESI, WINTHER   view Broadcast
19:45-20:00 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials   ZHENG, Hailing:
Silk fibroin consolidation and tracking of the protective effect on ancient saturated silk fabrics view Paper view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation HAMZA, NagmEldeen:
Conservation between scientific methodology and laboratory application: An integrated approach to past and present challenges view Paper view Broadcast
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Q&A Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: SCATURRO, LAGANÀ, ROJAS-SEBESTA,   view Broadcast
Sponsored Session
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20:00-20:15 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Q&A Moderators: Emily WILLIAMS and Ida HOVMAND.
Authors: STELZNER, SHEN, ZHENG view Broadcast
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation HILL, Joshua:
Intervention vigilance in conservation:
Lessons from the medical profession view Paper view Broadcast
no session no session
20:15-20:30 Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation Q&A Moderators: Hélia MARÇAL and Deepakshi SHARMA. Authors: O'GRADY, STOVELAND, HAMZA, HILL,    view Broadcast no session no session
20:30-20:45 CLOSING SESSION view Broadcast
20:45-21:00
21:15-21:30
21:30-21:45
21:45-22:00
22:00-22:15
Technical Visit 9, 10, 11, 12
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