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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
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
16:30-16:45 Glass and Ceramics VAN GIFFEN, N. Astrid R.:
Understanding Chinese snowflake glass: A collaborative research project
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  
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 Xinjang
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 Q&A Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR.
Authors: VAN GIFFEN, CHENG, WERTZ,
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation   HOUBART, Claudine:
Transcending boundaries in the use of concepts:
The case of antifragility
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Q&A Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: LANZA, MEUL, CONE,   
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 MARÇAL, Hélia:
Towards a relational ontology of conservation
no session Paintings Q&A Moderators: Jae Youn CHUNG and Elisabeth RAVAUD.
Authors: SCHARFF, WEBER, ORMSBY, HSIAO
17:45-18:00 Paintings MELONI, Sabrina:
Jan Steen’s eclectic use of green and blue pigments
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation Q&A Moderators: Hélia MARÇAL and Esther VAN DUIN.
Authors: TAYLOR, VERBEECK, HOUBART, MARÇAL  
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:
History of Japanese painting conservation. A review of techniques and principles.
Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Q&A    Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: KLINKMULLER, MARÇAL, BEERKENS  
Glass and Ceramics Q&A Moderators: Lauren FAIR and Guus VERHAAR.
Authors: EGGERT, O'CONNOR, THICKETT
18:45-19:00 Paintings Q&A Moderators: Elisabeth RAVAUD and Jae Youn CHUNG. Authors: MELONI, SALVANT, VON ADERKAS, LI 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
no session 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 Q&A Moderators: Hélia MARÇAL and Brian CASTRIOTA.
Authors: FORD, STREETON, OKA, VAN DUIJN  
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 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 LAGANÀ, 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 Q&A Moderators: Diana DIAZ-CANAS, Lénia OLIVEIRA-FERNANDES
Authors: VILA, MARCHESI, WINTHER  
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 Q&A Moderators: Lydia BEERKENS and Julia LANGENBACHER.
Authors: SCATURRO, LAGANÀ, ROJAS-SEBESTA,  
Sponsored Session
Tru Vue
20:00-20:15 Wet Organic Archaeological Materials Q&A Moderators: Emily WILLIAMS and Ida HOVMAND.
Authors: STELZNER, SHEN, ZHENG
Theory, History and Ethics of Conservation HILL, Joshua:
Intervention vigilance in conservation:
Lessons from the medical profession
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,    no session no session
20:30-20:45 CLOSING SESSION
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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