We are delighted to announce that the registration for our conference Affective Experiences: media art, design and research is now open.
This conference offers a multi-disciplinary space to discuss challenges in theorizing emotional and affective experiences in practices using interactive and digital technologies. The symposium will specifically question audience experiences and interaction with new media interventions in art galleries, museums and institutions invoking affect.
Book your place now at Parasol unit’s event page.
A collaboration by City University London, Kings College London, Middlesex University, New London Graduate School (NLGS) and University College London in the academic fields of Creative Industries and Practice, Art and Design and Digital Humanities.
I am currently looking for academics or other researchers in Art History as well as PhD students in the field to participate in the interviewing process of my PhD project ‘Personal research collections: examining research practices and user needs in art historical research’. This project is conducted at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities in London, UK.
My research focuses on how art historians gather and organise information for research purposes in the digital age and how new technologies have impacted on their practices. The results of this research would be useful for evaluating existing resources in the field or designing new digital resources that would be best suited to the needs of researchers in art history.
Interviews take approx. 45min.-1h. each and are conducted either face to face or online. All data will be anonymised since my project complies with the Data Protection Act.
If you are interested in participating, please contact me at
Christina Kamposiori, email@example.com.