Exploring digital resources to map art, counterculture and politics during the Cold War (1)

MoDe(s) considera los recursos digitales como un complemento crucial de la historiografía del arte y sus métodos más tradicionales basados en la investigación bibliográfica, de archivo y de campo. Hemos concebido una base de datos para recopilar información a partir de proyectos de investigación individuales y permitir el cruce de datos.

Exploring digital resources to map art, counterculture and politics during the Cold War (2)

Can the history of digital art contribute to a deeper reflection on the articulation of cultural and political practices during the Cold War? We present here the first visualizations of research data obtained through Geographic Information Systems, with our first reflections on the use of these technologies.

Workshop – Mapping international circulations

Artl@s project in collaboration with MoDe(s) organizes a two-days workshop on digital and spatial methodologies at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, focusing on issues raised by transnational history and the study of the international circulation of objects, people, linguistic expressions and artistic reputations.

Videos of the IV International Meeting on Digital Art History and Artistic Culture (Málaga, Dec. 2016)

The video recordings of the IV International Meeting on Digital Art History and Artistic Culture (December 15th to 17th, 2016, Málaga) are available online! MoDe(s) participated in the session “Digital Methodologies and Epistemological Transformations in Art-Historical Scholarship.”

MoDe(s) at the IV International Meeting on Digital Art History in Malaga

This Meeting in Malaga from December 15th to 17th, 2016 develops a forum to discuss researches and projects developed at the intersection between art historical studies, computational technologies and digital media. MoDe(s) is participating with the lecture “Exploring Digital Resources to Map Art, Counterculture and Politics during the Cold War.”