The second Working Paper »”Why so many windows?”–How the ImageNet Image Database Influences Automated Image Recognition of Historical Images« by Francis Hunger has been published in the International Journal for Digital Art History.
The conference of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland (LVR) on the topic of »Museum and the Internet« takes place annually in May and is aimed at employees of museums, exhibition centres and cultural administrations as well as archives and libraries.
The first working paper »The Curator’s Machine: Clustering of Museum Collection Data through Annotation of Hidden Connection Patterns between Artworks« has been published in the International Journal for Digital Art History in issue 5: History of Digital Art.
The international conference on »Art, Museums and Digital Cultures« brings together different scientific and creative perspectives on the interfaces between information technologies and art. Organised by the MAAT Museum Lisbon and the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa.
The Association of German Art Historians, in collaboration with the Ulmer Verein and the Arbeitskreis Digitale Kunstgeschichte, is organising the online conference »Digital Experiences and Strategies in Art History after a Year of the Corona Pandemic« on 26/27 March 2021.
From 17-30 March 2021, »Training the Archive« was part of the »Cambridge Cultural Heritage Data School« at the University of Cambridge. To the programme.
On Wednesday, 13 January 2021 at 17:25 Dominik Bönisch, Research Project Manager, will give a presentation at the online conference »The Art Museum in the Digital Age« at the Belvedere in Vienna.
The scientific research project »Training the Archive« started at the Ludwig Forum Aachen and the HMKV Hartware MedienKunstVerein in Dortmund at the beginning of 2020. Now a new partner has been found at RWTH Aachen University in the form of the Visual Computing Institute headed by Prof. Dr. Leif Kobbelt, so that the next phase of the project can begin.
»Training the Archive« is part of the poster session at the online conference »dhnord2020 – The Measurement of Images. Computational Approaches in the History and Theory of the Artism.«
»Training the Archive« (2020–2023) is a research project that explores the possibilities and risks of AI in relation to the automated structuring of museum collection data to support curatorial practice and artistic production.