Haidy Geismar, UCL I have been thinking a lot about the power of digital imaging and the kinds of subjectivities that are built into the construction of three dimensional images as particular kinds of visualizations of museum collections. The British Museum is currently host to the exhibition, Ancient Lives New Discoveries,  anContinue Reading

Luciana Martins, Director, Centre for Iberian and Latin American Visual Studies,Birkbeck College, London The completion in September of a four-year AHRC-funded research project into Andean textiles, Weaving Communities, creates a unique and innovative resource for archaeologists, anthropologists, museum curators, contemporary weavers and the fashion industry. Until now, researchers have had toContinue Reading

Great piece on the Big Data movement by Kate Crawford in Foreign Policy entitled “Think Again: Big Data, Why the rise of machines isn’t all its cracked up to be”