Illuminating and conserving art

From the exhibition catalogue to the lighting concept

1. Determining the spectral sensitivity of works in a collection

According to their molecular structure, materials respond differently to the spectrum of a light source. Not all museums have the technology or financial resources to individually measure the spectral sensitivity of their artworks. As a consequence, the material categories in accordance with CIE 157:2004 support orientation and help as classification criteria.

1. Determining the spectral sensitivity of works in a collection

According to their molecular structure, materials respond differently to the spectrum of a light source. Not all museums have the technology or financial resources to individually measure the spectral sensitivity of their artworks. As a consequence, the material categories in accordance with CIE 157:2004 support orientation and help as classification criteria.

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