5 edition of Plastics in art: history, technology, preservation found in the catalog.
|Series||K olner Beitr age zur Restaurierung und Konservierung von Kunst- und Kulturgut -- 15|
|Contributions||Hrsg.: Oosten, Thea van|
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Get this from a library. Plastics in art: history, technology, preservation. [Thea van Oosten; Yvonne Shashoua; Plastics in art: history Waentig; Fachhochschule Köln.
Fachbereich Restaurierung und Konservierung von Kunst- und Kulturgut.; ICOM Committee for Conservation. Modern Materials Working Group.;].
JEFFREY L. MEIKLE is a professor of American studies and art history at the University of Texas at Austin, where he also serves as director of the American Studies Program.
He is the author of Twentieth Century Limited: Industrial Design in America, Cited by: Meikle, professor of American studies and art history at the University of Texas, presents a splendid history of plastic.
The book is authoritative, thorough, interdisciplinary and intriguing. As aptly characterized in the preface, "the narrative itself takes on a certain plasticity, touching in turn on the histories of technology and invention, of industry and marketing, of industrial /5(5).
Plastics in Art: History, Technology, Preservation edited by Thea van Oosten, Yvonne Shashoua, and Friederike Waentig (), Munich: Siegl Plastics: Looking at the Future and Learning from the Past, Papers from the Conference Held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 23–25 May edited by Brenda Keneghan and Louise Egan ( The first man-made plastic was created by Alexander Parkes who publicly demonstrated it at the Great International Exhibition in London.
The material, called Parkesine, was an organic material derived from cellulose that, once heated, could be molded and retained its shape when : Mary Bellis. Professor, History of Art, University of Toronto, Author of Landscape into Eco Art: Articulations of Nature since the '60s In Boetzkes's fascinating book, art is contextualized in the world of globalized and aestheticized consumer capitalism—and it has an engaged role to play: one of representation, trenchant critique, and presumably the.
Terahertz (THz) time-domain spectroscopy and 3D THz pulsed imaging have been explored with regard to polymer materials, both commodity and historic polymers. A systematic spectroscopic study of a wide range of different polymer materials showed significant differences in their spectra.
Polyolefins and polystyrenes generally exhibit lower absorption than other Cited by: mean by digital preservation and describing what kind of digital preservation the book is going to focus on - just so we’re all on the same page.
existence of digitisation technology that drives the possibilities of digital preservation. It is the process of international art history. We cannot afford to have them compromised in any Size: 2MB. The National Science Foundation has awarded a $, three-year grant for preservation research to the University of Southern Mississippi, Hybrid Plastics, and the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT).
A Brief History of Preservation and Conservation at the Library of Congress Kenneth E. Harris and Susan E. Schur 1. One of the early Librarians of Congress, in transforming the Library from a good facility serving the needs of U.S.
legislators into. Within the 20th century, there came the use of plastics in art. In the latter half of the century, plastic technology advanced so that it was feasible for artists to start using plastic and acrylics as an artwork medium.
Artist Roxy Paine created a sculpture-making machine "Scumak No. 2": a large metal contraption that oozed acrylic on to a conveyor belt that jiggled slowly back and. Plastics in Art: A Study from the Conservation Point of View by Friederike Waentig (), Petersberg, Germany: Michael Imhof (originally published as Kunststoffe in der Kunst, ).
Plastics in Art: History, Technology, Preservation edited by Thea van Oosten, Yvonne Shashoua, and Friederike Waentig (), Munich: Siegl. Conservation and restoration of objects made from plastics is an activity dedicated to the conservation of objects of historical and personal value made from plastics.
When applied to cultural heritage this activity is generally undertaken by a conservator-restorer. Within museum collections there are a variety of artworks and artifacts that are composed of plastic material.
Past Looking: Using Arts as Historical Evidence in Teaching History Yonghee Suh Old Dominion University This is a comparative case study of how three high school history teachers in the U.S.A.
use art in their practice. The following research question was investigated: How do secondary history. The Plastics Collection at the Syracuse University Library, founded inis the largest university-based resource on the history of plastics.
The purpose of the Plastics Collection is to serve as a research and programming center to advance the study and understanding of plastics in modern society, including its role in chemistry Author: Beth Morris. Modern Analytical Methods in Art & Archaeology. Care of Metals: Gilded Metals: History, Technology and Conservation.
Ancient and Historic Metals- Conservation and Scientific Research. Metal ‘ Conservation of Modern Materials: Plastics, Collecting and Conserving. Conservation of Other Objects: The Conservation of Decorative Arts. Winner of the Dexter Prize from the Society for the History of Technology and a Choice Outstanding Academic Book“A splendid history of plastic.
The book is authoritative, thorough, interdisciplinary, and intriguing [Meikle] traces the course of plastics from 19th–century celluloid and the fist wholly synthetic bakelite, inthrough the proliferation Reviews: 1. NEDCC offers preservation advice to family collectors, art collectors, book collectors.
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