Catalog view is the alternative 2D representation of our 3D virtual art space. This page is friendly to assistive technologies and does not include decorative elements used in the 3D gallery.
The exhibition Ephemera is a showcase of all the Session Tracks for DAHSS 2021, each building on the theme of Digital Exhibitions.
The lockdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it a substantial increase of the so-called digital exhibitions. While digital / virtual / online exhibitions are not a new phenomenon, it is true that the pandemic conditions have placed them at the center of the curatorial activities in museums, art centers and galleries.
The curators for Track A developed this digital space using newart.city and Blender. This exhibition showcases techniques including basic modeling and animation, .fbx or .glb file format, spatial strategies for virtual engagement, data visualization and local sound synchronization in virtual spaces.
Gephi graph depicting the main causes of death of more than a hundred painters across time. The data was found using the Wikidata query service and then explored with the Gephi software to present a virus-like appearance.
This visualization is based on 1464 entries of paintings dated to the Song dynasty (960-1279). Paintings are categorized into small (S), medium (M), large (L), and extra-large/long (XL) according to their width and height. The increasing amount of nodes in the center suggests that artists are more likely to work across different painting sizes in the Southern Song (1127-1279) than in the Northern Song period (960-1127). Such a pattern of change may be motivated by a growing awareness of painting sizes and their perceived medium specificities.
Pavilion of Yusi and Jessica's Temple of Art History crash into each other
Most Frequent Topics in the Interviews of The re:art Project.
Relevance of photography in the interviews.
People's opinions about Digital Art Exhibitions in Reddit. Collective creation Track E
Kimbell Art Collections: Similarities.
Kimbell Art Museum: Finding Similar Artworks by the level of description.