This article is the final installment of a special series on the Visualities blog exploring digital archives connected to modernism’s visual cultures. Contributors to the series introduce and model the uses of online resources spanning art, film, media, book history, print cultures, and more. In attending to specific visual artifacts from these collections, they also reflect on issues of methodology raised by developing and using digital archives, including in times of crisis and remote working. In this article, Grace Brockington shares from her experience in working to analyze and adapt the writing of Vernon Lee through an online exhibition and a creative collaboration with the dance company Impermanence Dance Theatre in Bristol, United Kingdom.
|Publication status||Published - 29 Dec 2020|