In December 2019, I am a Visiting Scientist at the University of Padua, where I am working with my colleagues there on two projects. The first, Visualizing Lovecraft, is an exciting return to my literary roots to explore the visualization of imagined and hybrid reality places in partnership with an engineering colleague focused on historical reconstruction. The second is a collaborative Visualizing Cities project focused on the 20th century history of the Krakow Ghetto, where I hope to apply some insights from the Digital Durham and Visualizing Venice projects into virtual and augmented reality experiences based on contested and difficult urban spaces. While I am here, I am also making progress remotely on a third project back home, Psychasthenia 4: Insomnia, with Psychasthenia Studio. Though seemingly very different, they all explore the a combination of affective and experiential, immersive engagement with and underlying set of scholarly and historical source materials.
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