Shelley

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Today, a few days late, I sent off an abstract for a chapter about our project to go into the volume that Sarah Turner and Kate Nichols at York are proposing as a result of their ‘What’s to be done with the Crystal Palace’ workshop back in the early summer. I hope they like our abstract because I’d love our project to be in the volume. Our chapter is called, ‘A copy – or rather a translation…with numerous sparkling emendations.’ Re-rebuilding the Crystal Palace. In it we will (well, we say we will – abstract writing is a doddle – you can promise all sorts of things!) explore the relationships between the Palace’s reconstruction and that of virtual modelling. In particular, I want to focus on the ways in which the same academic distate for the ‘fake’ which rather killed off scholarly interest in the Sydenham Palace, has coloured the ways in which VR and VWs are perceived.

 

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  2. Shelley Hales Says:

    Thank you so much for posting this comment – it was very much appreciated. It’s great to know that people are reading and interested in what we do. If you have any ideas r suggestions about the project, do let us know.

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