Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing

Im April findet eine Fachtagung in London statt:

Preservation and Conservation Issues Related to Digital Printing and Digital
Photography

Institute of Physics, London
24. bis 25. April 2006

Die zweitägige Veranstaltung befasst sich dem aktuellen technischen Stand der Drucktechnologie, Tinten und Trägermaterialien für digital erstellte Fotografien und ihrer archivgerechten Aufbewahrung. Zielgruppe sind Verantwortliche, die im Bereich Konservierung digital erstellter Kunstwerke tätig sind.

Vorläufiges Programm

Monday 24 April 2006

09:00-09:50 Registration and Coffee

09:50 Welcome and Introduction

Session 1: Digital Processes and Materials
Session Chair: Andrew Manning (MATAR Research Centre, University of the Arts
London)

10:00 Longevity Issues associated with Photo-realistic Ink Jet Images
Algy Kazlauciunas (Department of Colour and Polymer Chemistry, University of
Leeds)

10:40 What happens to prints at the bottom of the pile? To evaluate the
whiteness of artists‘ enhanced inkjet papers and changes in relation to
fading of ink
Carinna Parraman and Qiang Wang (Centre for Fine Print Research, University
of West England)

11:10 Coffee

11:30 Stability of Digital Prints in Comparison with Traditional Printing
and Artistic Techniques
Marzenna Ciechanska (Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland) and Philip Zerek
(National Library, Warsaw, Poland)

12:00 Panel Discussion

12:30 Lunch

Session 2: Standards and file management
Session Chair: Alan Hodgson (Alan Hodgson Consulting, Macclesfield)

13:30 International Standards on Permanence of Digital Information
Peter Adelstein (Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of
Technology, USA)

14:00 Keeping Stuff Safe: Using Guidelines and Standards for Digital
Preservation
Veronica Davis-Perkins, Richard Butterworth, Paul Curzon and Bob Fields
(School of Computing Science, Middlesex University)

14:30 Conservation and Digitisation of Vesta Tilley Scrapbooks
Moira Buick (Paper Conservator, Bristol)

15:00 Panel Discussion

15:30 Tea

15:50 Tutorial: Understanding, Measuring and Predicting Print Life
Joseph LaBarca , Douglas Bugner and Jon Kapecki (Eastman Kodak Company,
Rochester, New York, USA)

19:45 Wine Reception

Tuesday 25 April 2006

Session 3: Conservation and Preservation: Paper-based Media
Session Chair: Joyce Townsend (Tate Gallery, London)

09:00 Production of Archivally Stable Fine Art Prints: The Role of the
Master Printer in the Digital Age
Paul Thirkell and Paul Laidler (Centre for Fine Art Print Research,
University of The West of England)

09:30 Further Issues with the Fading of Digital Prints
Alan Hodgson (Alan Hodgson Consulting, Macclesfield)

10:00 Water Damage Recovery of Digital and Traditional Prints
Peter Adelstein (Image Permanence Institute, Rochester Institute of
Technology, USA)

10:30 Coffee

11:00 From Bash Street to Duchamp: Case Studies of Paper-Based
Reconstructions of Contemporary Artworks
Stephen Hoskins (Centre for Fine Print Research, University of West
England), Sophia Fairclough and Caroline Harrison (Bristol)

11:30 High Value-Added Products Through Jet Printing – textiles
Long Lin (Department of Colour and Polymer Chemistry, University of Leeds)

12:00 Panel Discussion

12:30 Lunch and Poster Session

Session 4: Conservation and Preservation: Photographic Images
Session Chair: Bob Thompson (MATAR Research Centre, University of the Arts,
London)

14:00 Image Storage and Permanence Considerations in the Long Term
Preservation of Photographic Images
Joseph LaBarca (Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York, USA)

14:30 Perceptual Colour Film Restoration
Alessandro Rizzi (Dipartimento di Tecnologie dell’Informazione, University
of Milan, Italy)

15:00 A Closer Look at the Effects of Temperature and Humidity on Ink Jet
Photographic Prints
Douglas E. Bugner and Brian L. Lindstrom (Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester,
New York, USA)

15:30 Panel Discussion

16:00 Tea

16:30 Conclusion and Summing Up

17:00 Close of Meeting

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