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Is There a “Digital” Art History?

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The field of art history faces unique challenges with regard to digital practice. While access and availability of the art historical corpus have been facilitated by the development of online repositories, tools for analysis or computational processing have been slow to emerge. This paper surveys some of the current directions in “digital” art history and addresses the difficulties that arise with regard to the remediation of images and their availability (and resistance) to techniques of data mining and other computational techniques.
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Keywords: Cultural Analytics; Data Mining; Digital Art History; Digital Humanities; Remediation; Repository; Virtual Models

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-06-01

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