The first Byvanck style symposium, held in May 2017, looked at different ways of defining styles of the past, and offered new ways of thinking about style formation; and the revival of Egyptian, Persian or Greco-Roman styles.
This second instalment, organised together with the HERA project ‘Printing the Past. Architecture, Print Culture, and Uses of the Past in Modern Europe’ and the Horizon project ‘Knowledge and Culture’, will consider style formation and transfer from a wide range of perspectives, bringing together for the first time cognitive psychology, anthropology, architectural history and fashion studies to understand how styles are created, recognised, and revived.
10.00 | Welcome and Coffee
10.15 | Opening (Caroline van Eck)
10.30 | Session I: Style Formation and Patterns (Chair: Suzanne Küchler, UCL)
10.30 | Raphael Rosenberg (University of Vienna), Marbling: Do irregular patterns vary according to style?
11.15 | Arthur Crucq (Leiden University), Beyond the pattern: motifs as defining foundations of style
12 – 13 | Lunch
13.00 | Style Formation and the Transfer of Antiquity (Chair: Pieter ter Keurs, National Museum of Antiquities)
13.00 | Mari Hvattum (The Oslo School of Architecture and Design), Phantom Limbs: Gottfried Semper on Dressing
13.45 | Maude Bass-Krueger (Leiden University), Style Formation and the Transfer of the Past in Fashion and Architecture
14.30 | Concluding Remarks