Lecturing Fellow* of Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Kristin L. Huffman is a Lecturing Fellow in the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies at Duke University. Her current research focuses on the uses and configurations of space for the visual arts, the topic of her book project, Visual Rhetoric and Spatial Dynamics in Early Modern Venice. In it, she examines the intentional construction of visual systems with independent monuments, their alignment with urban spatial phenomena, and the deliberate ordering and presentation of knowledge and ideologies.
Her interest in lost urban experiences and reconstructing transformed or demolished spaces led her to work with Wired! at Duke as well as Visualizing Venice. For the latter, she contributed to the exhibition, Water and Food in Venice, at the Ducal Palace in 2015, and most recently curated the exhibition, A Portrait of Venice: Jacopo de’ Barbari’s View of 1500 at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke. She has recently organized a symposium, Stories about Venice and de’ Barbari’s Marvelous View of 1500, as part of a publication that will present scholarly essays together with the digital material featured within the exhibition.
Lanzoni, K. "Digital Art History: Building a Model for Student Engagement." Visualizing Venice: Mapping and Modeling Time and Change in a City. New York: Routledge, 2017. 111-117. (Chapter)
Lanzoni, K. "Visualizing Venice to Visualizing Cities: Future Horizons." Visualizing Venice: Mapping and Modeling Time and Change in a City. New York: Routledge, 2017. 128-136.
Lanzoni, K. "Banquets, Parades, Games and Festivals." Acqua e cibo a Venezia. Storie della laguna e della città. Catalogo della mostra (Venezia, 26 settembre-14 febbraio 2016). Marsilio, 2015. 184-189. (Chapter)
Lanzoni, K, Olson, M, and Szabo, V. "Wired! and Visualizing Venice: Scaling up Digital Art History." Artl@s Bulletin 4.1 (2015): 20-39.
Lanzoni, K. "“To the Greater Glory of God?” The Decorative Enterprise of the Scuola dei Mercanti." Ricche Minere 2015 (2015): 26-43.
Digital Art History at the Wired! Lab awarded by Samuel H. Kress Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2016 to 2017
A Portrait of Venice: The De'Barbari View of 1500 awarded by Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2016 to 2017
A Portrait of Venice awarded by National Endowment for the Humanities (Principal Investigator). 2017