Symposium Programm / Program

Presentations will be held in English or German. Abstracts in English will be supplied for presentations given in German.

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

10.00

 

Guided tours of the Japanese Collection of Reutlingen University for participants and students
(with Prof. Dr. Dr. Eugen Wendler, Emeritus of Reutlingen University)

13.00

Prof. Dr. Hendrik Brumme
President of Reutlingen University

Greeting

13.10

Ministerialdirektor Ulrich Steinbach
Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts in Baden-Württemberg

Greeting

13.30

Prof. Dr. Jochen Strähle
Dean of the School of Textiles & Design, Reutlingen University

Greeting and Introduction

Panel I

Textile Collections of Reutlingen University

13.45

Regine Lechler-Fiola
Prof. Dr. Richard Schilling
School of Textiles & Design, Reutlingen University

Introduction and History of the Historical Textile Collections of Reutlingen University

Panel II

The Japanese Collection of Reutlingen University

14.00

Prof. Dr. Kazuto Sawada National Museum of Japanese History

The Baelz Collection of Japan Textiles at Reutlingen University - Outline, Special Features, and Significance

14.30

Prof. Dr.
Hans Bjarne Thomsen

University of Zurich

Fragments of Japan: Western Practices of Collecting Textile Samples

15.30

Simone Preiser
University of Zurich

The Japanese Textile Collection of Erwin von Baelz: Art Meets Craft - the Elaborated Craft of the Textile Arts during the Edo Period

Panel III

Other Japanese Collections

16.00

Dr. Mei Mei Rado
Parsons School of Design New York

S. Bing's Japanese Textiles: Centering on the Havemeyer Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Friday, November 15, 2019

Panel III

Other Japanese Collections

9.00

Prof. Dr.
Chikako Shigemori Bučar

University of Ljubljana

Japanese Textile Samples in the Ivan Jager Collection in Ljubljana, Slovenia

9.30

Stephanie Lovász
Curator, Museum der Kulturen Basel

Textilien aus Okinawa – Eine Sammlung und ihre Sammler am Museum der Kulturen Basel /
Textiles from Okinawa - A collection and their Collectors at the Museum der Kulturen Basel

Presentation in German

Panel IV

European Collections

10.00

Dr. Barbara Karl
Director Textilmuseum St. Gallen

The Collections of the Library of the Textilmuseum St. Gallen

11.00

Dr. Karl Borromäus Murr
Director Staatliches Textilmuseum Augsburg

A Philosophical Perspective on Fabric Samples in Textile Collections

11.30

Prof. Dr. Dorothee Haffner
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin

Historical Textile Pattern Books from the Former Berlin Weaving School

12.00

Kerstin Stöver
Luisa Leuner

Kunstgewerbemuseum der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Ostasiatische Textilien des Kunstgewerbemuseums Dresden als Lehrmittel der Kunstgewerbeschule /
East Asian textiles of the Dresden Museum of Decorative Arts as teaching material of the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Arts and Crafts)

Presentation in German

Panel V

Non-European Collections

13.30

Prof. Dr.
Birgitt Borkopp-Restle

University of Bern

The Textile Manufactures of India - Pattern Books of Indian Textiles in the Reutlingen Collection

14.00

Katalin Nagy
Deutsches Textilmuseum Krefeld

The Pre-Columbian Textile Collection of the German Textile Museum Krefeld

14.30

Daniela Biermann M. A.

Archäologische Fragmente aus Peru in der Textilsammlung der Hochschule Reutlingen /
Archaeological Fragments of Peru in the Textile Collection of Reutlingen University

Presentation in German

Panel VI

Digitization, Preservation, and Future Research

15.15

Claudia Schmid M. A.
Hochschule Luzern Design und Kunst / Textilmuseum St. Gallen

Textildesign als Kulturerbe. "Silk Memory" im Kontext der historischen Studiensammlung /
Textile Design as Cultural Heritage. "Silk Memory" in the Context of Historical Object Collections

Presentation in German

15.45

Francesco Montuori
University of Leiden

Advantages of Digital Exhibitions in Preserving Kimonos

16.15

Torsten Bäz
Cammann Gobelin Manufaktur, Braunsdorf

Bestimmung von Textilmustern für authentische Gewebe-Reproduktionen /
Determination of textile samples for authentic tissue reproductions

Presentation in German

16.45

Dr. Konrad Scheurmann
Technische Universität Dresden

Farben, Muster, Materialien - Verwoben, Verflochten, Verstrickt: Recherchen zur farbigen Gestimmtheit des 20. Jahrhunderts

Presentation in German

17.15 – 17.45

Conclusion

 

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