This Saturday, February 27, 2021, Wired! Lab Director Paul Jaskot will deliver the keynote lecture for Toward a More Inclusive Digital Art History, an initiative of Panorama, journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. Jaskot’s lecture, titled “Thinking about Visibility and Invisibility in the Art Historical Canon: The Tensions between Evidence and Data in Digital Art History,” will focus on the tensions between evidence and data in Digital Art History and argue that these tensions mark the fundamental humanistic importance of this computational work. Learn more & sign up to attend.
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