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See detailPractising theory, theorising the practice: from C. Brandi to S.Munoz Vinas.
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Congreso Internacional de Teorías e Historia de la Conservación (in press)

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See detailThéorie de la restauration et Art contemporain: une conceptualisation au service de la pratique
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege; Broers, Nico

in Restauration d'Art contemporain (in press)

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See detailFormation et information en conservation-restauration
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Retour d'expérience et regards rétrospectifs (in press)

Cette contribution porte sur l'évolution des formations en conservation-restauration ainsi que sur la nécessaire adaptation des techniques documentaires des professionnels. Elle recense les nombreuses ... [more ▼]

Cette contribution porte sur l'évolution des formations en conservation-restauration ainsi que sur la nécessaire adaptation des techniques documentaires des professionnels. Elle recense les nombreuses ressources disponibles. [less ▲]

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See detailRestaurer la Lumière. Les effets luminodynamiques de la Tour cybernétique de Nicolas Schöffer à Liège
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege; D'Haenens, Manon ULiege

in Lumière et patrimoine (in press)

Cette communication porte sur la nécessaire conservation préventive de la Tour Schöffer, en amont du chantier de restauration prévu pour 2015.

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See detailOpening general session - The CoToCoCo project : a Conceptual Toolkit for Contemporary Conservation
Houbart, Claudine ULiege; Dawans, Stéphane ULiege; Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Conference (2019, May 15)

Since the mid-twentieth century, theoretical and practical approaches to heritage have caught the interest of a growing number of academic and professionals. Facing the expanding scope of what an always ... [more ▼]

Since the mid-twentieth century, theoretical and practical approaches to heritage have caught the interest of a growing number of academic and professionals. Facing the expanding scope of what an always larger diversity of stakeholders consider necessary to hand in to the future, guidelines, sets of principles, charters and recommendations have multiplied in order to address each and every challenge posed by this ever-expanding corpus and its very diverse public. At the same time, the globalisation of heritage debates starting, in the field of architecture, which the Athens Conference in 1931 and booming with the World Heritage Convention, has questioned the most deeply rooted cultural traditions on which conservation and restoration principles had been built and developed. Despite some attempts to organise this prolific production and these fundamental questionings into a coherent theory (Munos-Vinas, 2003), experience shows that in front of practical problems, practitioners tend to come back to some fundamentals – the Venice Charter in architecture, Cesare Brandi’s theory in art, for example – despite the anachronism of using them to answer questions which couldn’t be foreseen at the time when they were thought. In parallel, a tendency to decontextualise practices, extracted from their traditional background, regularly helps to argue in favour of projects aiming at sustaining the capitalistic machine or questionable political interests rather that the safeguard and transmission of heritage (using the periodic rebuilding of Shinto temples to justify the rebuilding of any monument in the world is the clearest example). In this context, blurred interpretations of the concepts of identity and authenticity are in many cases responsible for a confusion in the debates and lead to unsatisfactory compromises mostly in disfavour the safeguard of heritage. At the same time, the expansion and diversification of cultural goods contributes in a positive way to a renewal of conservation and restoration approaches. Our ambition is to conjointly revitalize reflections on movable and immovable cultural goods, proposing methodological tools and ressources for a interdisciplinary dialogue in a broad sense. The CoToCoCo project (Conceptual Tools for Contemporary Conservation) is based on borrowings from varied disciplines – sociology, anthropology, mathematics, philosophy, semiology – in order to draw alternative perspectives and submit them for practitioner’s consideration. For this conference, we will provide an example of our methodology and its practical application, starting from a text by the French sociologist Nathalie Heinich on “heritage emotions”. We will submit it to the reflection of two heritage professionals – a conservator of cultural goods, working with communities in Central America and an Irish architect, in order to demonstrate that in order to think “out of the box”, it is sometimes necessary to rejuvenate theory and to try it out just like any other practical tool. [less ▲]

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See detailCloaca de Wim Delvoye et Dirty Corner d'Anish Kapoor. Du cas d'étude à la théorisation contemporaine.
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Scientific conference (2018, April 27)

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See detailNicolas Schöffer’s collection: from the artist’s studio to the museum
D'Haenens, Manon ULiege; Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege; Strivay, David ULiege

in Rivenc, Rachel; Bek, Reinhard (Eds.) Keep it moving ? Conserving kinetic art: Proceedings from the meeting organized by the Getty Conservation Institute, the ICOM-CC Modern Materials and Contemporary Art Working Group, and Museo del Novecento (2018, March)

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See detailHow to encourage conservators to produce knowledge. The CeROArt ‘lab’: Looking back at ten years of experience
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Bridgland, Janet (Ed.) Linking Past and Future (2017, September)

Knowledge transmission through a scientific publication is something that can be taught and learned. The CeROArt journal started a project that it has supported and developed over the past ten years to ... [more ▼]

Knowledge transmission through a scientific publication is something that can be taught and learned. The CeROArt journal started a project that it has supported and developed over the past ten years to provide educational support to first-time authors who have graduated in conservation, to encourage them to publish their work. This experience, conducted in Open Access with the support of several European training courses, highlights the skills acquired at the end of their studies in terms of scientific communication. It can also be used to consider several avenues for stimulating knowledge pro- duction outside the academic environment. [less ▲]

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See detailThe impact of Paul Philippot on the theory and history of conservation/restoration
Stoner, Joyce; Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Bridgland, Janet (Ed.) Linking Past and Future (2017, September)

Paul Philippot (1925–2016) was an influential conservation theoretician and author in addi- tion to serving as an important leader or col- laborator with major conservation institutions in Europe (ICR ... [more ▼]

Paul Philippot (1925–2016) was an influential conservation theoretician and author in addi- tion to serving as an important leader or col- laborator with major conservation institutions in Europe (ICR, ICCROM, IIC, UNESCO, ICOM, etc.). He was an art historian born into a Belgian fam- ily of conservator-restorers. The authors were privileged to interview him in 1997, 2009 and 2015. Verbeeck discusses Philippot’s relation to and reinterpretation of the philosophy of Cesare Brandi, his definition of restoration as both an intellectual judgment and a critical act, and his influence on the establishment of an interdis- ciplinary curriculum for pioneer training pro- grams. Stoner describes Philippot’s emphasis on the impact of language on communication of philosophical concepts in his 1997 interview in addition to key points in his publications once they were available in English, especially his de- scription of patina as the normal effect that time has on material and the search for equilibrium in cleaning paintings. [less ▲]

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See detailVandalization of A.Kapoor's "Dirty corner"
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, June 09)

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See detailL'idée, l'objet, l'effet de Nicolas Schöffer. Éléments de théorisation en restauration contemporaine.
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, February 03)

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See detailDevelopment of an antigraffiti treatment for an outdoor rubber sculpture
D'Haenens, Manon ULiege; Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege; Strivay, David ULiege

in Bechthold, Tim (Ed.) FUTURE TALKS 015 Processes. The Making of Design and Modern Art. Materials, technologies and conservation strategies (2017)

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See detail‘There is nothing more practical than a good theory’: Conceptual tools for conservation practice
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Saving the Now: Crossing Boundaries to Conserve Contemporary Works (2016, September 12)

Faced with the growing number of case studies in contemporary art, philosophy provides conservators with a series of conceptual tools that allow to theorize their practice. The notion of intentionality ... [more ▼]

Faced with the growing number of case studies in contemporary art, philosophy provides conservators with a series of conceptual tools that allow to theorize their practice. The notion of intentionality and attentionality borrowed from Genette enables a better understanding of the problems that Dirty Corner by Anish Kapoor (a work vandalized on many occasions) poses. I will show that the conservator deals with the issue of the identity of a contemporary work in a different way from the art historian, and that philosophy is a practical tool to understand the specificity of the former’s approach and intervention. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroduction à l'histoire et aux théories de la restauration
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Scientific conference (2016, April 18)

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See detailThere is nothing more pratical than a good theory. Conceptuals tools for the Practioners in Conservation
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

in Studies in Conservation (2016)

This paper sheds light on the efficiency of philosophical conceptualization to grasp the modalities of contemporary art. The concepts of intentionality, attentionality and aesthetic functionality borrowed ... [more ▼]

This paper sheds light on the efficiency of philosophical conceptualization to grasp the modalities of contemporary art. The concepts of intentionality, attentionality and aesthetic functionality borrowed from Gerard Genette are used to analyze a practical case: Dirty Corner, installation by Anish Kapoor vandalized in the gardens of Versailles. [less ▲]

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See detailConservation of contemporary art: from concepts to practice, Cloaca by Wim Delvoye
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege; Broers, Nico

in Hermens, Erma; Robertson, Frances (Eds.) Authenticity in transition (2016)

This paper looks at the ambiguities of language and concepts when considering the restoration of contemporary art.

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See detailPaul Philippot et la fortune de la Teoria de Cesare Brandi
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Conference (2015, June 12)

Même si le propos peut sembler iconoclaste, Cesare Brandi est un auteur plus souvent cité que lu, du moins, en dehors de l'Italie. On note en effet un hiatus important entre la première publication de la ... [more ▼]

Même si le propos peut sembler iconoclaste, Cesare Brandi est un auteur plus souvent cité que lu, du moins, en dehors de l'Italie. On note en effet un hiatus important entre la première publication de la Teoria, en 1963, et les rééditions et traductions qui vont permettre de diffuser le texte original. Pendant près de trente ans, la dissémination de la pensée de Brandi sur le plan international sera le fait de Paul Philippot. Il fut plus qu'un traducteur, un génial interprète de la pensée brandienne au sein des Institutions et et son promoteur au sein des formations de restaurateurs. Sa place demeure essentielle dans l'actualisation de la Teoria. [less ▲]

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See detailMélanges en l'honneur de Roger Marijnissen
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Book published by CeROArt (2015)

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See detailThéories contemporaines de la restauration: de Brandi à Munoz-Vinas
Verbeeck, Muriel ULiege

Scientific conference (2014, December 16)

Leçon d'histoire des théories de la restauration

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