New artwork arrives at the studio to be ready for an exhibition: pressure, limited time, bleeding inks...
Could it not be some other easier and more showing off artefacts?
Here's what I do when I don't seem to find much to do:
Tape removal, and failing to flatten under tension with magnets...
Mounting the artwork on a housing that secured an even tension on the artwork during the exhibition, was the last resource.
Tape removal, chemical and physical gels, microemulsions and much more. Review and abstract of the conference "Nanosystems. Application to tape removal on cellulosic supports,", which took place in Madrid (Spain), on June 6 to 8th, 2018; within the context of NanoRestArt, the european Research and Developement project.
What are nanoparticles and chemical gels? Latest technological advances in restoration of archive material is about nanotechnology and chemical gels and so it is studied in the paper & books section of the IPCE.