Against Digital Art History

  • Claire Bishop (Author)

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Abstract

This article responds to two issues affecting the field of contemporary art
history: digital technology and the so-called computational turn in the humanities. It is divided into two parts: the first connects problems with “digital art history,” an offspring of digital humanities, to neoliberal metrics; the second suggests how digital art history’s“distant reading” might nevertheless be deployed critically in the analysis of contemporary art.

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Published
2018-07-27
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Language
en
Keywords
Computational; digital; metrics; reading