At an event being held this Friday at King’s College London, experts in the Visual Arts and Humanities in KCL’s Department of Digital Humanities will display how digital visualisation and virtual worlds are transforming research, teaching and contemporary artistic practice.
Ancient Roman villas at Boscoreale and Oplontis, van Eyck’s Arnolfini Marriage, Dublin’s Abbey Theatre of 1904 and Mondrian’s Paris studios are subjects of some of the highlighted, innovative computer-based projects by staff from the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s and their postgraduate students.
The latest books published by members of the Department of Digital Humanities will be launched at this event, including Paradata and Transparency in Historical Visualization, edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Hugh Denard and Drew Baker.
The event is curated and presented by Drew Baker, Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Martin Blazeby, Hugh Denard and Michael Takeo Magruder. For more information, visit the KCL Department of Digital Humanities events page.