Tracing the Lives of Women in Medieval Manuscript Illustrations

Tracing the Lives of Women in Medieval Manuscript Illustrations

“We don’t have a lot of records of women’s voices in the Middle Ages,” Christine Sciacca, former assistant curator of manuscripts at the J. Paul Getty Museum and now associate curator of European art at the Walters Art Museum, told Hyperallergic. “A lot of the records that come down to us were written by men and they’re about men’s deeds.”

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An AI Can Recreate Your Favorite Old-School Video Game Just by Watching Someone Play It

An AI Can Recreate Your Favorite Old-School Video Game Just by Watching Someone Play It

Just when it seems that everyone with the ability to create video games has tried it out, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technologyhave introduced a totally new, first of its kind developer. In a research paperpublished online, the Georgia Tech team showed...

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One Designer’s Urgent Mission: Preserve Classic City Signage Before It Disappears

One Designer’s Urgent Mission: Preserve Classic City Signage Before It Disappears

The legendary graphic designer Louise Fili had always admired street signs and frequently photographed the unusual and remarkable typography she encountered during her travels. But she began to notice some of her favorite signs were disappearing. So her photos took on a new purpose: to preserve them before history forgot them.

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