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CHArt 28th Annual Conference
Thursday 15th and Friday 16th November 2012
The Association of Art Historians, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ


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Sesssion 1: Engagement

Shelley Mannion et al (British Museum & partners)
Exploring New Models for Mobile Learning in Museums

Oonagh Murphy (Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster)
Hacking Art History

Jana Wedekind (IN2 Search Interfaces Development Ltd.)
insidAR - Augmenting physical works of a museum/gallery with digital information

Ashley John Wheat (Middlesex University)
Using Digital Technology to Enhance and Enrich Visitor Experience in Exhibition Spaces

Deborah Maxwell & Mel Woods (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee)
Encouraging Reflexivity in Mobile Interactions

Session 2: Virtualisation & Data

Anna Bentkowska (Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London)
The Virtual Museum – the concept and transformation

Annemarie LaPensée et al (Conservation Technologies, National Museums Liverpool)
Things that we thought were straightforward when we started 3D scanning …

Alice Watterson et al (Glasgow School of Art)
Visualising Neolithic Orkney: digital dwelling at Skara Brae

Session 3: Curation & Aesthetics

Ruth Alexandra Moran (Arts Technology Research Laboratory, Trinity College Dublin)

Madeleine Pearce (Birkbeck College)
‘Fair was the web, and nobly wrought’: digital curation and the Pre-Raphaelites

V. Mom & G. Koert (Digital Preservations Projects Foundation)
Documenting modern art: mycelium data base systems

Session 4: Crowdsourcing & Democratisation

Skyler Hijazi (King’s College, London)
Flickering Transmissions and Insecure Provenance: Valuating the Back(ground) of Electronic Fanart

Andrew Greg (University of Glasgow)
The Your Paintings Tagger - theory and practice

Kevin Day (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)
The Democratic and The Algorithmic: Art in the Age of Post-Fordist Immaterial Consumption/Production

Session 5: Practice

Guillaume Vandame (School of Oriental & African Studies)
Ellie Harrison: A Discussion of Consumption, Body Image and Digital Media

Markus Vogl & Margarita Benitez (Myers School of Art, University of Akron)
The use of custom co-configurators open source development and content creators in our (//benitez_vogl) collaborative praxis

Mel Woods et al (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee)
The Digital Quill: Inspiring Creativity through Design

Session 6: Learning

Bianca Bocatius (Researcher)
State-of-the-Art: German Museum Education on the Social Web

Tula Giannini (School of Information and library Science, Pratt Institute)
Brooklyn’s Museums and Libraries Collaborate to Grow the Arts and Information Digital Landscape

Session 7: Location & Dislocation

Gabriella Giannachi et al (University of Exeter)
Art Maps

Cassiope Sydoriak (University of Oxford)
The Autonomous Digital Image: An Investigation of Independence in Virtual Art Collections

Gareth Lloyd Roderick (Aberystwyth University/National Library of Wales)
Space and Place: rethinking the online presence of an artist’s archive for Kyffin Williams Online at the National Library of Wales



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