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Conservation practice as a field of ethical, material and historical investigation

Friday, 28 March, 2014 by Katarzyna Falecka

Conservation practice has long been kept away from the eyes of the public with museums seeking to draw attention to the aesthetic qualities of objects, which are often presented as seemingly untouched by time. The debate ‘How are Conservation Decisions … Continue reading

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The Visual Brain and the Straight Line

Tuesday, 11 February, 2014 by Costanza Beltrami

Caroline Villers Research Fellowship Lecture: How our Visual Brains Interpret Painted Lines Tuesday, 4 February 2014, Dr Pia Gottschaller (Caroline Villers Research Fellow 2012-13) Reflecting the focus of the Caroline Villers research fellowship, Pia Gotschaller’s work is mainly focused on technical art … Continue reading

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