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26th October, 2012

Digital Transformations in the Visual Arts and Humanities

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26th October, 2012
Anatomy Museum 6th floor Strand Campus
Free, but booking required
Part of the Arts & Humanities Festival 2012:  Metamorphoses: Transformations and Conversions

Presented by the Department of Digital Humanities

Experts in the Visual Arts and Humanities in the Department of Digital Humanities display how digital visualisation and virtual worlds, containing rich historical materials, transform research, teaching and contemporary artistic practice. Ancient Roman villas at Boscoreale and Oplontis, van Eyck’s Arnolfini Marriage, Dublin’s Abbey Theatre of 1904 and Mondrian’s Paris studios are subjects of some of the highlighted, innovative computer-based projects by staff from the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s and their postgraduate students reading Masters modules in Applied Visualisation in the Arts, Humanities and Cultural Heritage; Digital Arts and Culture; Digital Visualisation; and a Summer School in Virtual Restoration and Reconstruction. Also on show, are historically-influenced works by artist, Michael Takeo Magruder.

For more information please visit the King’s College London website.

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