Jessica Chen

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2020 | Planning to declare Double Major in Art History & Economics

Jessica Chen is currently a first-year studying art history and economics at Duke University. She is involved in the Alife Arch project with Professor Bruzelius, and works specifically on historical mapping. Jessica is interested in provenance studies and researches the classical collection at the Nasher Museum of Art.


Projects

Alife Arch App

Lizzet Clifton

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in Visual and Media Studies & Italian and European Studies, Certificate in Arts of the Moving Image

Lizzet Clifton is currently a sophomore at Duke University. She intends to double major in Visual and Media Studies and Italian and European Studies, along with earning a certificate in Arts of the Moving Image. She began her work in the Wired! Lab the Fall of 2016, working with Kristin Lanzoni’s project of the Jacopo de’Barbari map of 16th century Venice. Lizzet is one of the animation developers on this undertaking, and she hopes to continue with animation in the future.


Projects

A Portrait of Venice

Stephanie Fiddy

Wired! Fellow



Projects

Operating Archives

Marina Frattaroli

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in Art History & Religious Studies

Marina is from Dallas, Texas, and intends to double major in Art History and Religious Studies. She became involved in the Wired! Lab after taking Gothic Cathedrals with Caroline Bruzelius and is currently working on the Alife arch project. She is also involved with the Nasher as a member of Nasher MUSE.


Projects

Alife Arch App

Sydney Harrington

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2018 | Major in Political Science, Minor in Computer Science

Sydney Harrington is a sophomore studying political science and computer science in Trinity College. She is currently working on the VIVA project with Professor Lanzoni. Her current research focuses on the history of prominent palazzos featured in the Barbari view including the Ca’ d’Oro and Ca’ Foscari.


Projects

Venice Interactive Visual Atlas

Annie Janick

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Neuroscience

Annie Janick is a sophomore from Fort Mill, SC, studying neuroscience.  She was first introduced to the Wired! Lab through Kristin Lanzoni’s first-year seminar “Mapping and Modeling Venice.”  Annie is currently working on integrating her final project from that course, a 3D digital model of the Church of Santa Lucia, into the Portrait of Venice exhibit.


Projects

A Portrait of Venice

Adair Jones

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Intent to declare Double Major in Art History & Visual Studies

I am Adair Jones, a freshman intending to joint major in Art History and Visual Studies. In the Wired! Lab I work with The Lives of Things project, compiling a database of cathedral facades in the Dordogne area. Outside of the lab, I participate in student art exhibitions and am involved with the design and editorial teams of The Archive literary magazine.


Projects

Alife Arch App

The Lives of Things

Christy Kuesel

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in English, Minor in German, Certificate in Policy, Journalism, and Media Studies

Christy Kuesel is a sophomore from Old Greenwich, Connecticut. She is majoring in English and minoring in German with a certificate in Policy, Journalism, and Media Studies. At the Wired! Lab, she works on the Statues Speak project, where she researches the statues on Duke’s campus. Outside of Wired!, she works as the managing editor for the arts section of The Chronicle and is a member of Nasher MUSE.


Projects

Statues Speak

Evangeline Marecki

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Classical Languages & Computer Science

Evangeline is a sophomore at Duke studying Classical Languages and Computer Science. She was first introduced to the Wired! Lab through Professor Dillon’s Art and Archaeology of Ancient Athens course and is now working on the Digital Athens project.


Projects

Digital Athens

Stone Mathers

Wired! Fellow
Class of 2019 | Major in Computer Science

I am a junior pursuing a BS in Computer Science. For years I have sought out magnificent architecture, such as the day I spent dragging my family throughout Barcelona to find every cathedral it had to offer. The field of digital art history and the opportunities of the Wired! Lab were introduced to me through Edward Triplett’s Medieval Castles of Europe course. I particularly enjoyed using 3D modeling software to recreate fortresses as well as to design and build my own (see Castillo de Setubal within the Modeling Medieval European Castles project). I am now continuing to expand my knowledge in the field through the Gothic Cathedrals course and as a URS Assistant on the Book of Fortresses project. Outside of the Wired Lab, I am a percussionist in the Marching & Pep Band and the Treasurer of Duke Club Running.


Projects

Book of Fortresses