Kristin Huffman Lanzoni


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Kristin Huffman Lanzoni is an Instructor 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, in particular the spatial relationships formed in early modern Venice. Her interest in reconstructing altered or demolished structures led her to work with the Wired! Group at Duke as well as Visualizing Venice. She is currently directing several digital projects including A Portrait of Venice, which will result in an exhibition at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke in Fall 2017. She has most recently worked with Duke graduate and undergraduate students to reconstruct a demolished palace on the Giudecca in conjunction with her curatorial work for the exhibition Water and Food: Stories of Venice and the Lagoon held in the Ducal Palace, Venice.

Related Courses

Art in Renaissance Italy

Mapping and Modeling Early Modern Venice

Splendor of the City: Art and Architecture of Renaissance Venice

Splendor of Renaissance Venice

Visualizing Venetian Art

Related Projects

A Portrait of Venice

Mapping Stereotomy

Venice Interactive Visual Atlas (VIVA)

Venice Virtual World

Visualizing Venice

Water and Food in Venice. Stories of the Lagoon and the City

Related Publications and Presentations


Lanzoni, Kristin Huffman, Olson, Mark J.V., and Szabo, Victoria E. “Wired! and Visualizing Venice: Scaling up Digital Art History.” Artl@s Bulletin. Forthcoming 2015.


Lanzoni, Kristin Huffman. “Visualizing Venice: Digital Tools & Urban History,” Berlin, March 2015.

Lanzoni, Kristin Huffman and Victoria Szabo. Temple University Libraries Symposium on Digital Cultures. Philadelphia, PA. October 21, 2014.