[Mould Store: Exploring The Preservation of The Former Spode Factory's Post-Industrial Heritage Through Digital Technologies]

Mould Store: Exploring The Preservation of The Former Spode Factory's Post-Industrial Heritage Through Digital Technologies

Neil Brownsword1,  Tim Weyrich2,  Karina Rodriguez Echavarria3

1 Staffordshire University
2 University College London
3 University of Brighton

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Mould Store: Exploring The Preservation of The Former Spode Factory's Post-Industrial Heritage Through Digital Technologies.
Neil Brownsword, Tim Weyrich, Karina Rodriguez Echavarria.
Celebrating Reproductions: Past, Present and Future, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 17–19 January 2019.
Neil Brownsword, Tim Weyrich, and Karina Rodriguez Echavarria. Mould store: Exploring the preservation of the former spode factory’s post-industrial heritage through digital technologies. In Celebrating Reproductions: Past, Present and Future, January 2019.Brownsword, N., Weyrich, T., and Rodriguez Echavarria, K. 2019. Mould store: Exploring the preservation of the former spode factory’s post-industrial heritage through digital technologies. In Celebrating Reproductions: Past, Present and Future.N. Brownsword, T. Weyrich, and K. Rodriguez Echavarria, “Mould store: Exploring the preservation of the former spode factory’s post-industrial heritage through digital technologies,” in Celebrating Reproductions: Past, Present and Future, Jan. 2019.

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