Now available in Artstor: Mali and Yemen sites and architecture
Artstor has collaborated with James Conlon to add more than 850 contemporary photographs to the Digital Library, depicting architecture and cultural sites and objects in Mali and Yemen. Conlon’s photography concentrates on earthen architecture in two cities, Djenné in Mali and Tarim in Yemen. The collection also includes documentation of Mopti, Bamako, Segou, and the Dogon region in Mali, as well as many other cities, monuments, and sites in Yemen’s Hadramaut Valley.
James Conlon is Director of the Visual Media Center in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University. Conlon’s work as an architectural conservator and educational technologist centers on social history and heritage preservation, particularly the use of new media to facilitate interpretation and conservation of the built environment. QuickTime virtual reality (QTVR) panoramas shot by the Visual Media Center are already available in Artstor as part of Columbia University’s collection of QTVR Panoramas of World Architecture. Conlon will also participate in a forthcoming campaign to produce additional QTVRs and field photography documenting the Dogon region in Mali.
To view the James Conlon: Mali and Yemen Sites and Architecture collection: go to the Artstor Digital Library, browse by collection, and click “James Conlon: Mali and Yemen Sites and Architecture;” or enter the keyword search: “james conlon mali”.
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the James Conlon: Mali and Yemen Sites and Architecture collection page.