I’ve been in Sweden this week working on a book project. The book is an edited volume looking at the way in which Pompeian domestic art and architecture has been copied and modelled since the eighteenth century. The first section is about Neo-Pompeian Interiors, the second about models (mostly nineteenth century) and the final section is about computer modelling. Nic and I will be writing a chapter in this section. There are some very impressive projects showcased in the same section but, once again, ours is a bit different in being a model of a model and being designed to document and consider the processes of modelling itself.

Before I left we also submitted a paper to EVA 2009, a conference about the role of visualisation in the Arts & Humanities.


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