Appel à contribution : « Intersections: Entanglements with Medieval and Renaissance Textiles, 1100-1550 », The Courtauld Institute of Art, date limite le 20 mars 2023

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Juliette Brack, « Appel à contribution : « Intersections: Entanglements with Medieval and Renaissance Textiles, 1100-1550 », The Courtauld Institute of Art, date limite le 20 mars 2023 », Centre d’histoire de l’art de la Renaissance, ID : 10.58079/mp4o


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The Courtauld Postgraduate Medieval Symposium 2023 – Monday 22nd May 2022, London, UK  During the Middle Ages and Renaissance, textiles wrapped up and coated walls, people, furniture, and objects. They provided omnipresent, and often complex, symbolic and visual demarcations of spaces. Diplicare, the root of display, is in unfolding: so much of the frameworks of how we surround ourselves are rooted in practices using cloth. The value of these textiles, both in their materiality and craftsma...

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