Preventive Conservation: People, Objects, Place and Time in the Philippines
Nicole Tse, Ana Maria Theresa Labrador, Marcelle Scott, Roberto Balarbar
STUDIES IN CONSERVATION | ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 2018
Preventive conservation, with its origins grounded in the material fabric of cultural material, is in a period of transformation, with numerous practitioners, in and outside of the field of conservation, considering its broader and holistic objectives. The conventional tools for the assertion of preventive conservation principles, namely the assessment and management of risks to cultural material from the ‘ten agents of deterioration’, have a central focus on the primacy of physical materials and degradation, with less clear relationships with people, place, and time in their modelling. With a case study focus on collections in the Philippines, this paper argues for a practice of preventive ..View full abstract
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This work was supported by Australian Research Council (LP0211015) and Australia-ASEAN Council [grant number AAC 157].