Full Issue: Digital Space and Architecture



Art history is centrally concerned with a vast array of three-dimensional objects, such as sculptures, and spaces, such as architecture. Digital technologies allow the creation of virtual spaces, which in turn allow us to simulate and compare aspects of a visual culture’s three-dimensional timespace that cannot be communicated as a single, still image. The third issue, thus, focusses on the third dimension in art history, and the digital realm that continues to mediate and transform it.