BEYOND THE MATERIAL: IDEA, CONCEPT, PROCESS, AND THEIR FUNCTION IN THE CONSERVATION OF THE CONCEPTUAL ART OF MIKE PARR
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ROBYN SLOGGETT is chief conservator at the University of Melbourne's Conservation Service and is an associate of the Department of Fine Arts. She is a graduate of the Materials Conservation course at the University of Canberra and has a B.A. Combined Honours majoring in Fine Arts and Philosophy. Her research interests currently include Raman spectroscopic analysis of manuscript material and forgery and identification issues relating to the materials and techniques of 19th-century Australian artists. Address: University of Melbourne Conservation Service, Ian Potter Art Conservation Centre, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, Australia, 3052