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Conference on image re-integration

From: Jean E. Brown <jean.brown>
Date: Thursday, May 1, 2003
The Image Re-integration Meeting
2nd Triennial Conservation Conference
Northumbria University
Organised by A.Jean E.Brown
September 15-17, 2003

Aims and Objectives: The replacement of missing elements of an
image, or decorative surface, is often referred to as image
re-integration. The 2nd Triennial Conservation Conference at
Northumbria University will be a cross disciplinary meeting to
investigate the range of approaches taken by different conservation
disciplines to image re-integration issues. Approaches and attitudes
towards these procedures partly reflects the diversity of objects
treated, but also results from the influence of a range of historic,
cultural, aesthetic, practical, financial and ethical considerations
as well as a consideration of the original or current function of
the object. The selection of the most appropriate image
re-integration techniques can often be problematic since this is
often based on subjective decision-making skills rather than on an
objective evaluation of diagnostic criteria. This has sometimes
resulted in conflicting approaches to similar types of object or a
complete rejection of any attempt to re-integrate the original
elements of the artefact.

In order to better understand the attitudes that have developed
regarding re-integration issues the conference will present papers
reflecting the approaches taken by different conservation
disciplines. Each paper will describe the function of the object
under consideration as well as the re-integration techniques used
and the rationale used to guide the approach selected.

The meeting will be held at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon
Tyne from September 15-17, 2003

Registration Fee (see special introductory offer below): The cost
for the three-day conference is UKP300.00 until May 30, 2003 and
UKP340.00 after May 30, 2003. A concessionary rate of UKP180.00 will
be available for a limited number of 20 students registered on a
current conservation course (a copy of a current student identity
card from the relevant College or University must be provided at the
time of booking).

The registration fee includes:

    Attendance at the conference
    Post prints of all the papers presented at the conference
    Lunch, coffee and tea each day
    Evening Reception

Travel and accommodation costs are not included in the fee, but an
accommodation list will be provided.

Special Introductory Discount Offer: Introduce a colleague to the
conference and you will get a UKP25.00 refund when you both register
at the conference in September.

Further Information and Registration Forms from:

    Miss A. Jean E. Brown
    Senior Lecturer
    Conservation
    Burt Hall
    Northumbria University
    Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST
    +44 191 227 3331
    Fax: +44 191 227 3250
    jean.brown [at] unn__ac__uk

Papers and Speakers

    Conservation and Digital Reconstruction of losses in a Gouache
    Painting on Paper "Oz Trial" by Feliks Topalski
    Elizabeth Sobczynski, Private Practitioner, London,UK

    An Overview of Italian Retouching Techniques
    Louise Ramsay Private Practitioner, Cheshire UK Historic
    Photographs
    Monique Fischer, Northeast Document Conservation Center,
    Andover, MA, USA

    European Miniatures: Digital Re-integration
    Alan Derbyshire PhD Student, V&A, London, UK

    Traditional Paintings of Southern India: Ethics of
    Re-integration and the need for a Modified Approach
    Chandrahasa Bhat and Jaya Bhat, Regional organisation Bangalore,
    India

    Indian Miniatures at the V&A
    Mike Wheeler, V&A, London, UK

    The Digital enhancement of the Archimedes Palimpsest
    Abigail Quandt, Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, USA

    Globes and Maps
    Sylvia Sumira, Private Practitioner, London,UK

    Options for filling losses in Historic Wallpaper
    T.K McClintock Private Practitioner, Somerville MA USA

    Approaches to the Re-integration of Contemporary Artwork
    J. Sterrett, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art USA

    Old Master Drawings and Prints Two different Approaches to
    Restoring Missing Areas
    Jane McAusland, Private Practitioner, UK

    Traditional Japanese Re-integration Techniques
    Kazunori Oryu, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Japan

    The Japanese Prints Vulnerability
    Pamela de Tristan, Private Practitioner, London, UK

    An Overview of the National Gallery Approach to the
    Re-integration of Easel Paintings
    David Bomford, The National Gallery, London, UK

    Panel Paintings and Retables: Re-integration Issues
    Ian McCLure, The Hamilton Kerr Institute, Cambridge

    Russian Icons: Overview of traditional approach in Russia
    Yuri Bobrov St.Petersburg, Russia

    The Re-integration of a 19th Century Religious Decorative Poster
    Michael Maggen, The Jerusalem Museum, Israel

    Approaches to the Re-integration of Wallpaintings
    Lisa Shekede and Stephen Rickkerby, Courtauld Institute of Fine
    Art, London, UK

    Image, Object, Context: Image Re-integration in Textile
    Conservation
    Frances Lennard and Dinah Eastop, Textile Conservation Centre,
    UK

    Approaches to the Re-integration of Polychrome Sculpture in
    Latin America
    Luiz Suiza, CECOR, Escola de Belas Artes, UFMG, Brazil

    Re-integration issues relating to Polychrome Sculpture in
    Northern Europe
    Svein Wiik, UKM, Norway

    A British/Brazilian Ceramic Collaboration
    Sandra Smith, British Museum/V&A, London, UK

    Re-integration issues with historic monuments
    Ricardo Marules Gamarra Insituto de Conservacion Ambiental
    Monumental, Peru

    The Re-integration of Donald Campbell's Power Boat "The
    Bluebird"
    Bill Smith, Private Practitioner, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

    The Re-integration of "Le Mysthre Picasso"
    Marie Christine Enshaian, IFROA School of Conservation, Paris,
    France

    Ethnographic
    To be confirmed

    The Ashington Group Re-Framing Project
    Anne Bacon and Bill Feaver, Northumbria University, Newcastle
    upon Tyne and Art Critic, London, UK

    Approaches to the Re-integration18th and 19th Century Papers
    Marie Christine Enshaian, IFROA School of Conservation, Paris,
    France

    An Overview of Image Re-integration
    Kirby Talley, Getty Research Institute, St.Petersburg, Russia

Miss A. Jean E. Brown
Senior Lecturer
Conservation of Fine Art
The University of Northumbria
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST


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