LABORATORY 1 - WORKS LIGNÉE 1
LABORATORIO 1 - OPERE LIGNEE
LABORATORY 1 - WORKS LIGNÉE 1
LABORATORIO 1 - OPERE LIGNEE
|Lecturer||Office hours for students|
|Michele Papi||12,00 - 13,00|
Assigned to the Degree Course
Providing Students: 1. The theoretical and practical knowledge of the materials and the execution techniques of wood-based artefacts (paintings, sculptures, furnishings and other artifacts), with particular reference to the support, to the above layers (layers of preparation, polychrome layers, gilding, ), And with precise references to treatism and historical manuals; 2. Theoretical knowledge and basic practices to analyze the state of conservation and causes of degradation of wood support, preparatory layers and pictorial film; 3. Knowledge of materials and methods - traditional and innovative - to be used for fixing / fixing and consolidating the wooden support and overlapping layers.
First semester: ANATOMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WOOD (XYLOLOGY) 1. The reasons for the correct identification of the wood in operation and problems of identification of the historical wood 2. Cellular structure of wood 3. Identification 3.1. Macroscopic identification 3.2. Microscopic identification 3.2.1. Gimnosperme wood: anatomical characters useful for recognition 3.2.2. Angiosperme dicotyledon wood: anatomical characters useful for recognition EXECUTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR LIGNEI MANUFACTURES 1. Execution Techniques and Interventions 2. Media Realization Techniques: 3. Choosing trunk and seasoning. 4. Working tools. 4.1 Working table. 4.2 The organization of the workshop. 5. Production of the products from grinding to the control and reinforcement systems.
Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)
Knowledge and understanding. At the end of the first year lab the student must have acquired all the theoretical knowledge necessary to: 1. recognition of the materials and techniques of execution of a wood-based artifact (paintings, sculptures, furnishings and other artifacts); 2. recognition of the causes of degradation of the wood support and of the above layers; 3. Identification of techniques and materials for the consolidation and restoration of the support, and fixation and consolidation of the pictorial layers. Applied knowledge and understanding. At the end of the first year lab the student must demonstrate that he / she is able to: - recognize the quality of woody species: homoxil wood and etroxil wood (also in collaboration with other courses); - recognize the techniques of making the media (assembly, construction, carving); - recognize the various decorative techniques and materials used to make them; - identify the causes of degradation of the wooden artifact; - identify the methodology and the materials to be used for both the support and the overlapping layers. Making judgments. At the end of the first year lab the student will acquire: - ability to use appropriate research methods to address the issues to be addressed; - ability to evaluate different job hypotheses to address different cases of intervention. Communication skills. At the end of the first year lab the student must be able to formulate and argue for a conservative intervention project on the support and the preparatory and pictorial layers of the wooden artifact. Learning skills. At the end of the first year lab the student must be able to find and organize independently all the scientific and bibliographical information on the materials and techniques of a wooden artifact. It will also have to know how to organize this information for the drafting of the conservative intervention project.
The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it
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Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment
Frontal lessons and exercises - practice and laboratory.
Frequency of laboratory activities equal to 70% of the expected hours. Knowledge of suggested texts for the admission test
- Course books
Tonini, F., Wooden sculpture. Techniques and materials. Manual for restorative students, Il Prato, Saonara (PD) 2015; Castelli, C., Building techniques for painted wooden supports, is in Ciatti, M., Castelli, C., Santacesaria, A. (ed.), Paintings on the Table. The technique and the storage of media, Edifir, Firenze 2013, pp. 59-98; Castelli C., Santacesaria A., The restoration of the wooden supports, is in Ciatti, M., Castelli, C., Santacesaria, A. (ed.), Paintings on the Table. The technique and the storage of media, Edifir, Firenze 2013, pp. 169-195; Diodato, S.P., The good colors of once, Menabò, Ortona 2012; Frezzato, F. (ed.), Cennino Cennini. The book of art, Vicenza 2011; Rinaldi, S., Technical History of Art. Materials and Methods of Painting and Sculpture (Sections V-XIX), Carocci, Rome 2011; Brandi, C., Theory of Restoration, Einaudi, Turin 2006;
1. PowerPoint presentation on laboratory activities, documenting images, comments and references to the bibliography and texts recommended by the teachers, to be sent to the teacher a week before the exam. 2. Examination in written form consisting of: to. Structured tests: 5 questions closed b. Unstructured trials: 3 open response questions, with subsequent oral assessment The exam will be evaluated based on the following parameters: 1. Laboratory activity 50%, which comprises: - Technical-manual attitude, quantity and quality of work done; Understanding problems and information; - Autonomy in the management of job assignments; - Punctuality and presence; 2. Exam Test 35% 3. PowerPoint 15%
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