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Final presentation for the Material Culture B11 IQP group.

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  • Jon“We don’t have a complete number for Keystones”
  • RoseBefore our project, the only catalog that wasn’t digital was the decorative keystone catalog. It was our goal to establish a systematic way to catalogue the decorative keystones in one district of Venice. A decorative keystone
  • RoseGenerated a field form based on what was used in 1995 that included a condition assessment.
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  • NickArzana is an organization based in Venice that is dedicated to preserving and restoring the antique boats of Venice and artifacts relating to themThere are 55 individual boats in the Arzanà collectionThe restoration of antique boats is expensive and time-consuming, and Arzanà recieves little funding from the city, so restoring boats is a very slow process
  • NickSlide in at same timeThis is a map of the locations of boats in the Arzana collectionWe visited the collection of Arzanà boats at Forte Marghera, and old military fort located just outside of VeniceForte Maghera, pictures, history from Giovanni and Arzana6 of arzana’s boats
  • NickThese are the boats we cataloged at Forte Marghera, there are seven in total.
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  • RoseVerify numbers for each different type, no teams are consistent with this figureUpdate this number
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  • Why are we building it???
  • -The Layar system works by identifying points of interest near the user’s GPS location and displaying these points of interest as icons on the user’s camera. --In this case, the icons represent inscriptions. Each icon represents a different inscription near the user. The bigger the icon, the closer the piece, and the smaller the icon, the further away the piece is. -This middle section of the application provides more detailed information about the piece. -The application also links to the associated Venipedia page, -as well as to the Donate page on PreserVenice. -Users can also email the PreserVenice team with any questions or concerns, -and users can get turn-by-turn directions that will lead them to the selected piece of art.
  • In conclusion, this project represents the culmination of over 20 years of project work by raising awareness through the mobile application, providing easy access to the catalog through Venipedia, and allowing for the collection of donations through PreserVenice, all of which help to move toward the end goal of restoration.
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Final Presentation - Material Culture B11 Final Presentation - Material Culture B11 Presentation Transcript

  • PreserVenice: Preserving The Material Culture of Venice Jonathan Fitzgibbon Christopher Kazanovicz Nicholas Lima Courtney Rosales
  • Our Project Mission This project plans to contribute to the preservation ofVenetian material culture by cataloguing and organizing the record of public art and antique boats in Venice.
  • Material Culture in Venice• Religion and folklore• Rich maritime tradition• Historical events• Defines modern Venice
  • Deterioration of Artifacts Rio Terà Barba Frutariol, Cannaregio 1930 1979 2000 2007 2011• Environmental and physical causes• Loss of heritage and culture
  • The Venice Master Plan • World Heritage Sites – Venice inscribed in 1987 • UNESCO and material culture • Private CommitteesUnited Nations Educational, Scientific, and • The Master Plan Cultural Organization
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats
  • Decorative SculptureCoats of Arms Crosses Decorations Fragments Inscriptions Street Patere Reliefs Sculptures Altars Symbols
  • Building the Decorative CatalogAlberto Rizzi 1990 2000 2010 1987
  • Decorative SculptureCoats of Arms Crosses Decorations Fragments Inscriptions Street Patere Reliefs Sculptures Altars Symbols
  • Decorative SculptureCoats of Arms Crosses Decorations Fragments Inscriptions 1098 75 32 253 30 Street Patere Reliefs Sculptures Altars Symbols 493 394 175 109 209 Total Catalogued: 2868
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats 2868 pieces
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats 2868 pieces
  • Functional Artifacts FlagstaffMonuments Portals Pedestals Bells Fountains Lunette Church Floors Wellheads Keystones
  • Building the Functional CatalogAlberto Rizzi 1990 2000 2010 1981
  • Functional Artifacts FlagstaffMonuments Portals Pedestals Bells Fountains Lunette Church Floors Wellheads Keystones
  • Functional Artifacts FlagstaffMonuments Portals Pedestals Bells Fountains 67 574 56 253 109 Lunette Church Floors Wellheads Keystones 85 2201 238 ? Total Cataloged (excluding keystones): 3583
  • Our Project: The Keystone Catalog Area of Study: Castello
  • Keystone Field Assessment
  • Keystones: Type of ArchTotal: 127 pieces
  • Keystones: Subject Matter
  • Decorative Keystones in Castello
  • Functional Artifacts FlagstaffMonuments Portals Pedestals Bells Fountains 67 574 56 253 109 Lunette Church Floors Wellheads Keystones Cannaregio & 85 2201 238 ? 413 Castello Total Cataloged (excluding keystones): 3583 Total Cataloged: 3996
  • 6,864 pieces of Public Art
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats 2868 pieces 3996 pieces
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats 2868 pieces 3996 pieces
  • Antique Boats• Over 50 years old• Represent a once prevalent way of life
  • Types of Antique Boats Sanpierota MascaretaPuparin Sandòlo S’ciopon
  • Types of Antique BoatsMussin Gondola Peata Caorlina Topo
  • Arzanà: Preserving Venetian Boats
  • Location of Arzana BoatsSeven of the boats in the Arzanà collection are located here, at Forte Marghera
  • Antique Boats at Forte MargheraMussin Passetto da Sanpierota Topo Squero Sandòleto da fàgia Cofano Sanpierota
  • Material CultureDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats 2868 pieces 3996 pieces 55 boats
  • Material Culture
  • Main Material Culture PagesDecorative Sculpture Functional Artifacts Antique Boats
  • Categories of Material CultureCoats of Arms Symbols Crosses Reliefs Fragments Inscriptions Patere SculpturesStreet Altars Wellheads Portals Monuments Lunette Fountains Flagstaff Pedestals Keystones Gondola Caorlina S’ciopon Topo
  • Individual Artifact PagesNumber of individual pages created: 3,068
  • Individual Page Components
  • Semantic Web Search• Additional search parameters• Results across multiple categories•Displays each piece with a given characteristic
  • Before and After Photos
  • Missing Pieces: 33 Confirmed
  • Preservation Initiatives Restore • Publicize • Raise awareness • Gather funds • Restore
  • Preservation Initiatives Restore • Priority Analysis • Cost Assessment • Restoration
  • Priority Analysis • Physical Condition • Social & Historic Value • Artistic Value • Vulnerability • Uniqueness • Emergency
  • Interpreting the Results Low Priority
  • Interpreting the Results High Priority
  • Preservation Initiatives Restore • Priority Analysis • Cost Assessment • Restoration
  • Cost Assessment Restoration Estimate • Scaffolding Cost • Restoration Cost • Architect Fee • Taxes
  • Cost AssessmentHigh Priority
  • Cost Assessment Results€4357 €4229 €4282 €4158 €3949
  • 6,864 pieces of Public Art
  • €28,794,480 6,864 pieces of Public Art
  • Preservation Initiatives Restore • Priority Analysis • Cost Assessment • Restoration
  • The PreserVenice Initiative
  • Building a Mobile Application
  • Mobile Application • Icons represent pieces of art • More detailed information about selected piece • Links to Venipedia • Donate to PreserVenice • Send an email to the PreserVenice team • GPS turn-by-turn directions through the map in your phone
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
  • Thank You!