|The first and second name||Zou Luli|
|University||Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland|
|Faculty||Faculty of Fine Arts|
|Supervisor||dr hab. Mirosław Wachowiak, prof. UMK, NCU|
|Co-supervisor||prof. Liu Chang, Tsinghua University, Beijng, China|
With a bachelor degree in Cultural Heritage Studies in Beijing Union University and a master degree in Architectural Conservation In the University of Hong Kong, my research interests focus on art conservation, especially the wall painting techniques and conservation issues.
Except for what I have learnt in school and training programs, I paid lots of attention to practice in conservation related area. During bachelor time, I was involved in the writing of conservation assessment reports for the University’s collections. And I also took part in the Sravasti disease investigation project in Yuanmingyuan (Old Summer Palace in Beijing). For the master time, I was luckily involved in the whole process of a Tang Dynasty Tomb mural conservation program in Xi’an city. And during September to October in 2019, I went to the Bureau of Historic Sites in New York State, and Williamstown Conservation Centre to have an almost two-month internship in both of their conservation labs, where I contributed both conservation and the Asian objects research. During November 2020, I was involved in the conservation project of Lotus Cave in Thousand Buddha Cliff in Guangyuan, Sichuan Province in China.
My current doctoral study is focusing on the comparative study of Chinese and European wall painting techniques and conservation issues.
Participation in research projects:
2016.11-2017.1—participated in the Conservation and Restoration Reports Writing Project of Paper Cultural Relics in Beijing Union University;
2017.10—participated in the conservation investigation project of Yuanmingyuan Sravasti Ruin Site;
2017-2018—participated in CRAFT program, the furniture and interior design conservation training program held by The Palace Museum, Tsinghua University, and World Monument Fund;
2018.12-2019.1 —Participated in Tang Dynasty Tomb mural conservation program in Xi’an city;
2019.8—Student helper in Architectural Conservation Laboratory in the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR.
2019.9-11—Internship in conservation lab in the Bureau of Historic Sites, NY and Williamstown Conservation Centre, USA;
2020.11—Internship in the conservation project of Lotus Cave in Thousand Buddha Cliff in Guangyuan, Sichuan Province, China.
Participation in conferences:
2017.10—A paper- THE PAPER MOUNTING OF TITLE DEED FOR LAND-FOR PRESERVATION AND DISPLAY was included in the 15th National Cultural Relics Conservation Seminar, Fuzhou, China.