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Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
Unlearning without Deskilling
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Unlearning without Deskilling

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A case study of Art Historians and Engineers on an impossible mission. …

A case study of Art Historians and Engineers on an impossible mission.

What can you achieve when you give Engineers and Art Historians an impossible mission – to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an internet connection? These two professions have rarely crossed paths. How will they collaborate? Will the former speak incomprehensible futuristic code, while the latter obsesses about obscure details from ancient literature?

For the past two years at Artsy has been working on precisely this mission. In building “The Art Genome Project,” they have had to overcome the many challenges of working together, and in the process have learned new ways of thinking that have allowed them to invent a completely new experience for browsing art. (They have also built a business with a successful online marketplace and hundreds of partnerships by bridging the commercial and the not-for-profit art worlds.)

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  1. Jessica Backus@that_jan ArtHistorian
  2. Daniel Doubrovkine@dblockdotorgan Engineer
  3. Millions of Artworks
  4. The Art Genome Project
  5. Art HistorianEngineer DesignerGallery SpecialistInstitutional Specialist
  6. We Don’t Know Anything
  7. Preserving History by Archiving
  8. Engineering for the Sake of Engineering
  9. GravityMassInertiaHeatPartitionWavelengthDiffractionTorqueEnergyEigenOpticsFluxVelocityQuarkForceCapacityImpulseEntropyFrictionDeep Black
  10. 3 Week SprintsDaily Standups
  11. Sprint Demos
  12. LOLROFLRTFMTL;DRAFAIKBBQBSODFOAFIANALIMHO
  13. Social Practice artGenerative ArtDeconstructionRelativismPost-StructuralismPost-Modern PastichePalimpsestInstitutional CritiqueBody ArtHegemonyPsychogeographyDiscursivityTransnational IdentitiesObject OrientedOntology
  14. Psychogeography  “Maps and Networks”Post-Modern Pastiche  “Multiple Styles”Palimpsest  “Layered Images”
  15. What’s a cache?
  16. Artwork.first
  17. Salon
  18. Make Art By Writing Codehttps://www.khanacademy.org/cs/newhttps://www.khanacademy.org/cs/kitteh/986254775
  19. Jared Tarbells "Substrate"http://www.complexification.net/gallery/machines/substrate
  20. T-Shaped People
  21. @that_j@dblockdotorghttp://artsy.net

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