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DRAWING 2
DISEGNO 2

A.Y. Credits
2021/2022 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Laura Baratin Friday from 15.00 to 17.00 and for other days by appointment

Assigned to the Degree Course

Conservation and Restauration of Cultural Heritage (LMR/02)
Curriculum: PERCORSO COMUNE
Date Time Classroom / Location
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The course aims to provide the knowledge of the methods and direct the student to the use of techniques of relief and graphic representation, in order to analyze and represent synthetically the problems of a work of art useful for restoration and conservation.

The course also develops a series of applications with digital, two-dimensional and three-dimensional surveying tools.

Program

INTRODUCTION (4 hours)

What it means to take over cultural assets

- LESSON 1 (4 hours)

Digital surveying tools

- LESSON 2 (4 hours)

The relief of mobile works: applied examples

- LESSON 3 (4 hours)

The project of relief

- LESSON 4 (4 hours)

Digital surveying techniques: the laser scanner

- LESSON 5 (4 hours)

Digital survey techniques: photogrammetry

- LESSON 6 (4 hours)

Digital Surveying Techniques: Photomodelling

- LESSON 7-8 (8 hours)

The operational process of photo-modelling: acquisition and processing

- LESSON 9 (4 hours)

The return of the survey data: methods and layout for data communication

EXERCISE N1 (presentation in the classroom 4 hours) - the relief project of an artwork

EXERCISE N2 (classroom presentation 4 hours) - analogue and digital three-dimensional survey of a work of art and restitution of acquired data

PROGRAM MODULE SUPPLEMENT TO DIDACTICS - FRANCESCA GASPARETTO

 DOCUMENTING ART FOR CONSERVATION (10 hours)

> LESSON 1 (3H)

- What does it mean to document art for conservation?

- Planning the survey of a work of art: what are the difficulties?

> LESSON 2 (3H)

- Representing the data of a survey: the documentation file

EXERCISE N3 3D representation of the object surveyed using photomodelling

Bridging Courses

DRAWING 1

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Ability to analyse and represent the structure of the work of art and to recognise the geometric conformation of the artefact, in relation to its location in space.

Ability to represent and model with digital tools artefacts in scale through different methods and techniques of graphic representation.

Ability to correctly identify and apply two-dimensional and three-dimensional representation techniques.

Teaching Material

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

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

The course is divided into a series of frontal lessons concerning the framework of the discipline and application examples. In addition to the lessons, there will be two practical exercises to develop an awareness of the form, the degree of visual education, the learning of and the ability to translate through the graphic medium the representation of a cultural asset in the plane and space.

Attendance

Recommended frequency of lessons.

The practical exercises are an integral part of the final preparation and must therefore be completed in all their parts (even for students who are not attending).

Course books

DOCCI M., GAIANI M., MAESTRI D., Scienza del disegno, Città Studi Edizioni, Novara 2011.

SAINT AUBIN J. P., Il rilievo e la rappresentazione dell'architettura, Edizione italiana a cura di BARATIN

L. e SELVINI A., Ed. Moretti & Vitali, Bergamo 1999.

BORTOLOTTI I., Grafica al computer per il restauratore, Il Prato, Saonara (PD) 2006

BARATIN L., GRASSI V., Topografia Teoria, applicazioni esercizi, Pitagora editrice, Bologna 2010

DE LUCA L., La photomedélisation architecturale, Eyrolles Parigi, 2009.

BARTOLUCCI D., Principi di laser scanning 3D, Dario Flaccovio Editore, 2009

Assessment

The examination is divided into:

- an interview on the topics included in the programme with one question for each topic which will be assessed in 30-second intervals: for each question (18-22 for sufficient answers; 23-27 for discreet answers with some deficiencies in the ownership of the topic; 28-30 for good answers which demonstrate ownership of the topic and technical language).

- Oral presentation of the graphic file delivered including the three exercises carried out during the course. The paper will have to present graphic coherence and correct graphic language according to the conventions and will be part of the final evaluation (evaluated in 30-second intervals according to the criteria of completeness of the exercise, correct execution, correct presentation).

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

The course is divided into a series of frontal lessons concerning the framework of the discipline and application examples. In addition to the lessons, there will be two practical exercises to develop an awareness of the form, the degree of visual education, the learning of and the ability to translate through the graphic medium the representation of a cultural asset in the plane and space.

Attendance

Recommended frequency of lessons.Please contact the teacher to agree on the exercises and study materials for further study.

The practical exercises are an integral part of the final preparation and must therefore be completed in all their parts (even for students who are not attending).

Course books

DOCCI M., GAIANI M., MAESTRI D., Scienza del disegno, Città Studi Edizioni, Novara 2011.

SAINT AUBIN J. P., Il rilievo e la rappresentazione dell'architettura, Edizione italiana a cura di BARATIN

L. e SELVINI A., Ed. Moretti & Vitali, Bergamo 1999.

BORTOLOTTI I., Grafica al computer per il restauratore, Il Prato, Saonara (PD) 2006

BARATIN L., GRASSI V., Topografia Teoria, applicazioni esercizi, Pitagora editrice, Bologna 2010

DE LUCA L., La photomedélisation architecturale, Eyrolles Parigi, 2009.

BARTOLUCCI D., Principi di laser scanning 3D, Dario Flaccovio Editore, 2009

Assessment

The examination is divided into:

- an interview on the topics included in the programme with one question for each topic which will be assessed in 30-second intervals: for each question (18-22 for sufficient answers; 23-27 for discreet answers with some deficiencies in the ownership of the topic; 28-30 for good answers which demonstrate ownership of the topic and technical language).

- Oral presentation of the graphic file delivered including the three exercises carried out during the course. The paper will have to present graphic coherence and correct graphic language according to the conventions and will be part of the final evaluation (evaluated in 30-second intervals according to the criteria of completeness of the exercise, correct execution, correct presentation).

Notes

For the computer part we recommend the use of a PC with Windows operating system in the latest versions.

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