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  • New Media and American Literature

    Curtis Marez, Jeffrey Shandler, Steve Anderson and Jentery Sayers

    Special issue of American Literature which includes four essays authored in Scalar.

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  • Hearing the ‘Music of the Hemispheres’

    Erin B. Mee

    A multimodal article examining the concert as an aural rendering of acts of spectatorship.

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  • Growing Apart: A Political History of American Inequality

    Colin Gordon

    An examination of inequality in modern America.

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  • Exhibitions Close Up—Bernini: Sculpting in Clay

    Sheryl E. Reiss

    A virtual experience of the exhibition, Bernini: Sculpting in Clay

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  • D|N|A: Seven Interactive Essays on Nonlinear Storytelling

    Matt Soar and Monika Gagnon

    Brings together seven ‘essays’ by nine thinkers and artists to explore the emergent medium of nonlinear digital storytelling.

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  • “Publishing The Art Bulletin: Past, Present, and Future”

    Thelma K. Thomas

    A celebration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the first issue of The Art Bulletin.

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  • The Nature of Dreams

    Seth Rogoff

    This book collects and analyzes over 150 media files in a lively exploration of dream-like moments in literature, film, visual art, and music.

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  • The Nicest Kids in Town

    Matthew F. Delmont

    The history of American Bandstand re-examined, with direct access to archival video.

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  • Filmic Texts and the Rise of the Fifth Estate

    Virginia Kuhn

    Scalar enables the careful, sustained analysis of film and video clips in an article that explores the meaning and value of such analysis.

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  • We Are All Children of Algeria: Visuality and Countervisuality 1954-2011

    Nicholas Mirzoeff

    Nicholas Mirzoeff explores uses Scalar and the metaphor of the march to experiment with rhetorical structures.

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  • Pathfinders

    Dene Grigar and Stuart Moulthrop

    Pathfinders: Documenting the Experience of Early Digital Literature

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  • Performing Archive: Edward S. Curtis + ‘the vanishing race

    Amy Borsuk, Beatrice Schuster, David J. Kim, Heather Blackmore, Jacqueline Wernimont, and Ulia Gosart

    A meta-archive and collection of essays on the ethnographic and photographic work of Edward S. Curtis.

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  • Freedom’s Ring

    Direction and Art by Evan Bissell, Design and Programming by Erik Loyer

    A multimedia exploration of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

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  • The Knotted Line

    Direction and Painting by Evan Bissell, Design and Programming by Erik Loyer

    A richly interactive visual interface combined with a deep pedagogical resource, both powered by Scalar.

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A selection of projects authored with Scalar.

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Exhibitions Close Up—Bernini: Sculpting in Clay Sheryl E. Reiss

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Celebrating its fifteenth anniversary as a born-digital journal this fall, caa.reviews continues its exploration of the scholarly review medium through “Exhibitions Close Up—Bernini: Sculpting in Clay.” This multimedia, open-access project was made possible through a collaboration between CAA and the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture.

Exhibitions Close Up—Bernini: Sculpting in Clay allows users to experience the recent exhibition, Bernini: Sculpting in Clay, virtually. The project features a video walkthrough which permits visitors to tour the exhibition as if moving through the galleries; a complete floor plan of the exhibition; comparative illustrations of some of Bernini’s finished works; educational videos on Bernini’s modeling techniques; critical reviews of the exhibition; and an interview with one of the exhibition’s curators.

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The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture

The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture was created with the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.