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Contemporary Issues in Book and Paper Conservation Proceedings of the Icon Book and Paper Group Third Triennial Conference 2011

Proceedings New
By: Pamela Murray(Editor), Leah Humenuck(Editor), William Bennett(Editor), Lauren Moon-Schott(Editor), Abigail Bainbridge(Preface By)
108 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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The papers in this volume were presented at the Icon Book & Paper Group Third Triennial Conference 2021 entitled Mod Cons: Modern Conservation. Modern Conveniences. Modern Constraints. Topics include decolonisation; new treatments; educational programmes; business models; sustainability initiatives and frameworks. The scope of the work provides potential lessons and inspiration, and offers the opportunity for reflection on different approaches.

Contents

Foreword / Pamela Murray
Preface / Abigail Bainbridge
Acknowledgements

- Contemporary paper sculptures and their conservation: an artist survey / Jen Bowens
- Oil media on paper: reflections on condition assessment in a new context / Penelope Banou and Athina Alexopoulou
- Red rot and nano collagen: a ‘work in progress’ research on leather consolidation / Ilaria Camerini
- Verba volant, scripta manent? (Words fly, texts remain?) / Floriana Coppola and Matija Strlic
- Reconsidering Captain Cook at the National Library of Australia / Susannah Helman and Rachel Sawicki
- Connect, conserve and (de)colonise: conservators reflect on the colonial links in W.D. Campbell’s Aboriginal Carvings / Kêyeele Lawler-Dormer and Hoa Huynh
- Retrieved from the rubble: reconstructing Ireland’s lost archive / Zoë Reid, Jessica Baldwin, Peter Crooks and David Brown
- Inconvenient questions and the question of neutrality / Jane Henderson
- Conserving Dunhuang manuscripts at the British Library: how do we avoid dissociation? / Marya Muzart
- A licence to conserve: cultural diversity as a practical asset in conservation / Jin Xian Qiu, Meejung Kim-Marandet, Joanna Kosek, Kyoko Kusunoki, Valentina Marabini, Matthias Sotiras and Carol Weiss
- Inspiring and informing development: advocating for culture in sustainable development / Claire McGuire
- The role of conservation in the development of the British Library Green Network / Morgane Lirette
- Paper at a distance: conservation in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic / Isabelle McGinn, Laura Esser and Daniele Knoetze
- Born in lockdown. Impact Heritage: setting up a community interest company to improve diversity and access to funding in the cultural heritage sector / Ruth Stevens, Ann-Marie Miller and Ian Watson

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Proceedings New
By: Pamela Murray(Editor), Leah Humenuck(Editor), William Bennett(Editor), Lauren Moon-Schott(Editor), Abigail Bainbridge(Preface By)
108 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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