Computers and the History of Art               

CHArt Conference 2000

Sixteenth Annual Conference
Courtauld Institute of Art
Friday 1st - Saturday 2nd September 2000

Moving the image: visual culture and the new millennium

As the effects of the digital revolution become more widespread, it is clear that the new technology is bringing about an increasingly dynamic concept of the image. In the area of the history and analysis of visual culture this has implications both for the conventional moving images of film and television and for approaches to traditional forms of static imagery - such as painting, sculpture and architectural constructions.

In this conference we set out to explore the changes that have taken place through the introduction of digital technology to the study, conservation and creation of visual artefacts. Amongst the topics we will be covering will be;

Call for Papers

Chart welcomes contributions of the theme of movement and the image from all involved in the study, analysis, conservation and management of works of art and other forms of visual culture. Speakers will be given half an hour each for the presentation of their paper.

Submissions to be received by Wednesday 31st May 2000.

Please send your paper title, together with a 300 word synopsis and your cv to;

Professor W.H.T. Vaughan
School of History of Art, Film and Visual Media
Birkbeck College, University of London
43 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0PD
Tel; +44 (0)20 7631 6127
fax; +44 (0)20 7631 6107

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