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The future of the twentieth century: collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials

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Modern materials, whether as art or everyday objects, are the basis of the comtermporary material world. Accordingly objects encountered in museums and collections increasingly represent a broad spectrum of materials whose preservation may be without precedent. The conference considers modern materials in the textile field as a subject area in its own right. Topics range from familiar textile types, such as costume, to more unusual applications in suitcases, wall hangings, furniture and theatre scenery; other papers prompt the reader to consider what makes a textile modern.

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Rogerson, Cordelia and Garside, Paul (eds.) (2006) The future of the twentieth century: collecting, interpreting and conserving modern materials, London, UK, Archetype Publications, 143pp.

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Published date: 11 July 2006
Keywords: textile, modern materials, conservation, plastics, analytical science, curatorship, artists, creation, collecting, interpretation

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Local EPrints ID: 39897
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/39897
ISBN: 1904982174
PURE UUID: f6ba9305-86b4-4711-b134-6bf868566a58

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Date deposited: 29 Jun 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:35

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Editor: Cordelia Rogerson
Editor: Paul Garside

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