Artstor på KADK ... og hjemmefra
Artstor er en omfattende billedbase med tilhørende katalogdata, der giver adgang til 1.8 mill. billeder fra bl.a. forskningsinstitutioner, museer, fotoarkiver og kunstnersammenslutninger. ARTstor Digital Library dækker først og fremmest alle områder inden for kunst og arkitektur men også emner som antropologi, etnografi, kvindestudier, fotografi samt mange andre former for visuelt beskrevet kultur. Databasen opdateres løbende og nye samlinger tilføjes.
På KADK campus er der adgang via dette link http://library.artstor.org/library/#1 . Hjemmefra via dette http://ez-kab.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/Login?url=http://library.artstor.org
Launched in early 2016, the Journal of Design and Science (JoDS) captures the antidisciplinary ethos of the MIT Media Lab. Like the Lab, it opens new connections between science and design, encouraging discourse that breaks down the barriers between traditional academic disciplines. It explores not only the design of science, but also the science of design.
Reading Design is an online archive of critical writing about design. The idea is to embrace the whole of design, from architecture and urbanism to product, fashion, graphics and beyond. The texts featured here date from the nineteenth century right up to the present moment but each one contains something which remains relevant, surprising or interesting to us today.
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