Emily L. Spratt
|Emily L. Spratt|
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|Born||April 27, 1984|
New York, New York
|Awards||Award from Hellenic Ministry of Culture for Work at Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens (2005)|
Emily L. Spratt (born April 27, 1984) is an American art historian, curator, critic, and strategic advisor. She is known for her work on Byzantine and Post-Byzantine art, cultural heritage preservation, and the use of machine learning and vision technology in the arts.
She did undergraduate studies at Cornell University, followed by an M.A. in Byzantine Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles, and an M.A. in Renaissance and Baroque Art History at Princeton University. Her Ph.D. at Princeton University under Professor Patricia Fortini Brown and Professor Slobodan Ćurčić is on the legacy and representation of Byzantium in the Early Modern Period. Spratt has taught in the Department of Art History and the Program in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies at Rutgers University and has previous work experience at the former Hellenic Ministry of Culture.
Spratt is considered an authority on the intersection of art, society, and artificial intelligence, and was the honorary guest editor for the special magazine edition on computers and art for the Association of Computing Machinery.
In October 2017, she curated “Unhuman: Art in the Age of AI” in Frankfurt and Los Angeles. As a fellow at The Frick Collection she organized (with her colleagues) the symposium titled “Searching Through Seeing: Optimizing Computer Vision Technology for the Arts,” for which she gave the keynote address.
Selected scholarly articles
- Spratt, Emily L. (2012–2013). "Toward a Definition of 'Post-Byzantine' Art: The Angleton Collection at the Princeton University Art Museum". Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University. 72: 2–19. JSTOR 24416383.CS1 maint: Date format (link)
- Spratt, Emily L.; Elgammal, Ahmed (2014). "Computational Beauty: Aesthetic Judgment at the Intersection of Art and Science". ECCV 2014: Computer Vision - ECCV 2014 Workshops. Springer Verlag: 35–53. arXiv:1410.2488.
- Spratt, Emily L.; Elgammal, Ahmed (November 2014). "The Digital Humanities Unveiled: Perceptions Held by Art Historians and Computer Scientists about Computer Vision Technology". arXiv:1411.6714.
- Spratt, Emily L. (2017). "Dream Formulations and Deep Neural Networks: Humanistic Themes in the Iconology of the Machine-Learned Image" (PDF). Kunsttexte. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. 4.
- Alexander Nast (2017-12-05), Sonophilia Spark Think Tank, Creative AI Thought Leaders Interviews, THE ARTS+ at Frankfurt Book Fair, retrieved 2018-07-29
- "Emily L. Spratt | Students | People | Princeton University Department of Art & Archaeology". artandarchaeology.princeton.edu. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
- Emily L. Spratt (2018-02-02). "Why the Louvre needs a Byzantine art section | Apollo Magazine". Apollo Magazine. Retrieved 2018-07-27.
- McFarland, Matt (2016-03-10). "Google's psychedelic 'paint brush' raises the oldest question in art". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
- Rosen, Meghan (2014). "SCIENCE VISUALIZED". Science News. 186 (8): 32–32.
- Erin E. McCabe (2015-12-12). ""The Art of Seeing" event where Brain Candy Meets Eye Candy - Digital Humanities @ Pratt Institute School of Information". Digital Humanities @ Pratt Institute School of Information. Retrieved 2018-07-27.
- "東海大學 | 數創學程周忠信主任 數位結合藝術-創新計算美學展". www.thu.edu.tw (in 中文). Tunghai University. Retrieved 2018-07-27.
- Emily L. Spratt (Spring 2018). "Computers and art in the age of machine learning". XRDS. Association for Computing Machinery. 24 (3): 8–20. doi:10.1145/3186697.
- "Creation, Curation, and Classification: Mario Klingemann and Emily L. Spratt in Conversation". XRDS. Association for Computing Machinery. 24 (3): 34–43. Spring 2018. doi:10.1145/3186697.
- "Unhuman: Art in the Age of AI". STATE. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
- Emily L. Spratt. "Curating the Visual Landscape of Our Digital World | The Frick Collection". www.frick.org. Retrieved 2018-07-27.
- "Emily L. Spratt, Keynote Address: "Searching Through Seeing: Optimizing Computer Vision Technology for the Arts" | The Frick Collection". www.frick.org. Retrieved 2018-07-27.
- "Timithikan oi ethelontes ton mouseion". City Press. Athens, Greece. February 7, 2005.
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