In Spring and Summer of 2014, Dr. Drew Armstrong worked with a group of graduate and undergraduate students in History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh to organize an exhibition that explored relationships between images and knowledge. As part of the Debating Visual Knowledge weekend, Dr. Armstrong gave a tour.
“The representation of intersex bodies in Klonaris/Thomadaki’s multimedia practice”
“Drawings from the other side”
“Stripped Bare: Dissecting Wax, Print, and Paper Bodies in Antebellum America”
“The World, as it is Written on the Wall”
Patricia K. Guiley
I am gearing up to do a DH project which has some interesting parallels with Decomposing Bodies, the Bertillon project about which Jen and others have been posting.