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Ryan P. Randall

Instruction & Outreach Librarian at the College of Western Idaho ∴ Literary, media & cultural studies ∴ Web Editor at In the Library with the Lead Pipe ∴ Sous les pavés, la plage ∴ We are, as always, stubborn, stoked, and petrified - GY!BE

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This post is currently under construction. The actual project grew out of an assignment for John Walsh’s “Z652 Digital Libraries” course at IU-Bloomington.

When I learned that we would be doing a mapping project for John Walsh’s Digital Humanities course, two artists quickly sprang to mind due to their extensive use of spatial imagery in their works. Although I began the project intending to map Laurie Anderson’s career of gallery shows, I was able to find a complete set of source data for David Wojnarowicz’s exhibitions through his gallery’s site. As I discovered throughout that class, much of the digital humanities mindset revolves around learning which meaningful parts of humanities inquiry can be captured through data points.

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I’ve gone ahead and put this up on YouTube, at least for now, as the best way to stream the video showing how this project worked.


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