Teilnehmende der Postersektion der Tagung "Das Fragment im digitalen Zeitalter"

Zeit: 30. September - 2. Oktober 2020
Ort: HAWK, Aula, Hohnsen 2, 31134 Hildesheim

 

Dr. Emel Akay, Topkapı Palace Museum, Istanbul, Turkei
Computer-based reconstruction of potsherds: assessments for conservation

Böhm, Karsten; Meinhardt, Jeannine; Pfaffinger, M.
Fragmente des Renaissanceportals von Schloss Pretzsch und der Versuch der Rekonstruktion

Mirjana Jugović M.A., ART-LAB Conservation, Belgrad, Serbien
Problems of degradation fresco wall paintings on archaelogical sites

Antonella Malintoppi,Flavia Madeddu, Livia Marinelli, Isabel Tornaquindici, Istituto Centrale del Restauro Rom
Changing to preserve. The replacement of fragments in contemporary art

Sokol Muca, Grad Conservation Student, Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro, Rom
Opportunities and risks of new conservation-restoration techniques
- Basic contributions on the opportunities and risks of the new techniques in conservation-restoration, with a critical evaluation of the latest developments and with suggestions on current guidelines for theory and practice.

Arianne Palla, Opificio delle Pietre Dure School of Higher Education, Florence; Anna Patera, Francesca Toso, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Florence
Virtual and material.  An integrated approach for the reconstruction of a mosaic damaged by bombing during World War II

José Luis Regidor, Clara Portilla, Juan Valcárcel, Pilar Roig, University Valencia, Spain
Pictorial reconstruction of Palomino’s frescos in the church of the Santos Juanes in Valencia

Bogna Skwara, Giovanna De Palma, Istituto Centrale per il Restauro (ICR)
From the culture of the fragment to the integrated digital image; critical evaluation of the virtual reality in conservation-restoration field

Alessia Strozzi (Conservator officer Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio delle Marche, Laboratorio di Restauro), Pierluigi Mulas (Photographer)
RESTAURO 2D: DIGITAL RETOUCHING & INFILLING

Liselore Tissen, Leiden University & Delft University of Technology
3D printing. The merits for research, conservation and presentation