Noa Buffavand (Université París 1 Panthéon Sorbonne) will participate to the 2e congrès Rotondes des jeunes chercheurs et chercheuses en Histoire de l’art et archéologie (31 March 2023, INHA) with the workshop “Using GIS in art history: the example of the Decentralized Modernities Platform”. The workshop seek to propose an example of methodology, based on digital humanities, for the de-canonization of the notion of “center/peripheries” and for the conception of a horizontal history of art.
International conference Visual Semantics-Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns
On June 13th and 14th at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, this international conference will discuss the potential of digital technology in renewing our understanding of artistic circulations and in the deployment of alternative narratives.
Visual Semantics – Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns
Chairs : Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Paula Barreiro López, Catherine Dossin. In his groundbreaking project, the Atlas Mnemosyne, Aby Warburg suggested that some shapes travel, passing times and cultures. On their way, accompanied by processes of mixture, borrowings, transfers and resemanticizations that contribute to their impact, they become acting symbols. Building on this idea, Herbert Read proposed … Continue reading Visual Semantics – Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns
Exploring digital resources to map art, counterculture and politics during the Cold War (1)
MoDe(s) considers digital resources as a crucial complement to art historiography and its more traditional methods based on bibliographical, archival and field research. Our project examines circulation and exchange in the cultural field during the Cold War, as well as its interplays with social and political events.
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.
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.
Paula Barreiro López guest researcher with Artl@s (ENS Paris)
From April to June 2017, head researcher of MoDe(s) Paula Barreiro López is invited at the École Normale Supérieure by the labex TransferS and Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (IHMC) to contribute to Artl@s’ activities and to its annual seminar Biennials of the South.
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.”