The aim of the project “Fortifications of the city of Trogir: Visualising changes from 220BCE until 1900CE”, as presented at DAH Venice 2018, was to collect data from different sources and to structure them into the GIS database. This GIS database was meant to be a scholarly output that would support schematic 3D models representing […]
Work on DECIMA 3D has continued since the conclusion of the seminar in Venice last June. Block by block, I (Eric) have been removing any modern structures from our 3D model to bring the number of polyhedrons into accordance with the Buonsignori map. Wherever there is a structure missing from the scale-back a building footprint […]
“San Julián de Samos: a digital approach” aims to study the architectural transformation of the monastic site of San Julián de Samos, in the northwest of Spain, over the course of centuries. This study includes the parallel evolution undertaken by its rural and urban surroundings, the sacred precinct and the nearby village. I utilize […]
The Institute organizers will be sharing some of our experiences and initial findings at a special session at the College Art Association Conference on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The session will take place at the New York Hilton, Concourse A, and will include diverse reflections on the Summer Institute. Victoria Szabo (Chair), “Digital Art History + […]
The Getty Research Blog The Iris: Behind the Scenes at the Getty featured our Summer Institute projects on December 19, 2018. We will continue to develop the projects over the course of 2019 and will be updating our site with project news over the course of the next year.