We consider digital humanities an essential field to supporting the digitalization of academic arts and culture. It makes studies and historical artefacts more accessible, creates and strengthens networks and opens up possibilities for new approaches to research.
Having won several awards for our decoding of Leonardo Da Vinci’s life and work, The Visual Agency has become renowned for its clever use of design, data visualization and modern technologies to preserve, explore and analyze the cultural heritage of the world.
Our digital humanities scope ranges from unlocking archives through digital visualizations and textual mining of historical prose to exploration of large visual collections, highlighting evolution of thought, cultural norms and development.
In each and every project, we strive to open up art and history for broad audience engagement and learning, creating a two-way conversation of discovery.