Revisualizing visual culture / edited by Chris Bailey, Hazel Gardiner.

This title analyses the history of ICT's impact on the study of art history and provides the reader with a framework within which future trends can be discerned.

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Other Authors: Bailey, Chris, 1951-, Gardiner, Hazel.
Format: Book
Published: Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, [2010]
Series:Digital research in the arts and humanities.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: making knowledge visual / Chris Bailey
  • Do a thousand words paint a picture? / Mike Pringle
  • The semantic web approach to increasing access to cultural heritage / Kirk Martinez and Leif Isaksen
  • Resource discovery and curation of complex and interactive digital datasets / Stuart Jeffrey
  • Digital exploration of past design concepts in architecture / Daniela Sirbu
  • Words as keys to the image bank / Doireann Wallace
  • For one and all: participation and exchange in the archive of the future / Sue Breakell
  • The user-archivist and collective (in)voluntary memory: read/writing the Networked digital archive / James MacDevitt
  • Internet art history 2.0 / Charlotte Frost
  • Museum migration in century 2.08 / Jemima Rellie
  • Slitting open the Kantian eye / Charlie Gere.