Daniel Cull, Adjunct Faculty
Daniel Cull has worked at institutions in the UK and USA; including Historic Royal Palaces, National Museum of the American Indian/Smithsonian Institution, Musical Instrument Museum, and Royal Albert Memorial Museum.
Mr. Cull’s research interests have revolved around ethnographic conservation, conservation ethics, the politics of conservation praxis, and the impact of web 2.0 and social media upon conservation. Mr. Cull’s key publications include a chapter about contemporary indigenous art in Tra memoria e oblio: Percorsi nella conservazione dell’arte contemporanea, chapter about conservation ethics and Wikipedia in the Continuum book The Ethics of Emerging Media, and a peer reviewed paper in CeROArt entitled: Subjectivity as Treatment: Neurosis and the Roots of Contemporary Ethnographic Conservation.
Mr. Cull is President Emeritus of Western Association of Art Conservation, and former Board member of the international Open Access journal e-conservation magazine. He also lectures to postgraduate students at University College London.
Mr. Cull holds BSc in Archaeology, as well as MA and MSc degrees in Conservation, from University College London, and is an Accredited Conservator-Restorer (ACR) by the Institute of Conservation.