Celebrating 10+ Years of the Wired! Lab

Duke’s Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab is a dynamic research community of faculty, staff, and students. We engage and advance critical digital methods to promote new approaches to scholarship and pedagogy in the study and interpretation of the visual arts, architecture, cultural heritage, and urban environments.

Featured Projects

Art of the Americas Interactive

Art of the Americas Interactive

This project is a partnership with the Nasher Museum to re-imagine the exhibition of the museum’s collection of ancient American Art, one of the best…

Dictionary of Art Historians

Dictionary of Art Historians

The Dictionary of Art Historians was a long-standing private research tool which joined the Wired! Lab in 2017. As an open-source public database, it holds…

Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces

Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces

Beth Fischer (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities at the Williams College Museum of Art) and Hannah L. Jacobs (Digital Humanities Specialist, Wired! Lab, Duke…

Mapping Occupied Krakow

Mapping Occupied Krakow

As is well known, Krakow became a key location within the National Socialist plan for military expansion and the implementation of genocide in Eastern Europe…

Modeling Agency

Modeling Agency

Agent Based Modeling (ABM) serves to computationally model populations within the built environment. Agents are placed within 3D spatial simulations and navigate the modeled space…

Twitter Feed


An important update from 2017-18 @NatlHumanities #DigitalHumanities Prof. Ethel Sara Wolper’s project team “Remembering Mosul: Digital Documentation & Preservation of a Ruined City”. https://media.unh.edu/media/Remembering+MosulA+Digital+Documentation+and+Preservation+of+a+Ruined+City/1_nonshp2s/207739413.

Tomorrow 4/21 12:15PM EDT: @mjvo to join @BardGradCenter MA student Madeline Porsella in conversation about the Lives of Things project & collaborations w/ @NasherMuseum: https://www.bgc.bard.edu/events/1250/21-apr-2021-refresh-reset #DigitalArtHistory #DigitalHumanities

Excited about sharing work on analog & digital approaches to building in occupied Krakow 4/12/21. Nice to have a chance to highlight @duke_dahvc collaborative work.
https://calendar.utk.edu/event/ut_humanities_center_ninth_annual_distinguished_lecture_series_paul_jaskot#.YHCWyRgpA0M

Call for proposals (due 4/15/21) for .@siggraph Digital Arts Community’s monthly SPARKS series of lightning talks. Topic for the April 30, 2021 4PM EDT session is “Robotics, Electronics and Artificial Intelligence,” with mods @hnam and Jan Searleman! https://dac.siggraph.org/robotics-electronics-ai/

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