Béatrice GauvainAssistant / PhD candidate
Assistant / PhD candidate
Béatrice Gauvain completed her Masters in Art History and Image Theory at the University of Basel, specializing in the mediality of sacred objects. In 2014, she co-founded an independent game studio, and soon developed a passion for digital storytelling and curation. She collaborated on the exhibition project “Das Basler Münster im Wandel” at the Museum Kleines Klingental and further pursued her interest in curating by joining the Kunstmuseum Winterthur in 2019. As a research associate for exhibition projects, she became aware of the challenges of transitioning collections into the digital space. Combining her interests, she joined the Digital Humanities Lab in 2020 as PhD Candidate and lecturer, focussing her research on knowledge management and mediation of cultural heritage collections.
Béatrice is on the Executive Board of the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (GS-HSS). She also serves as a representative at the Basellandschaftliche Pensionskasse's assembly of delegates (BLPK).
- Cultural Heritage
- Digital Art History
- Knowledge Management, Curation and Mediation
- Democratization of Cultural Heritage Data
Genese eines digitalen Schaudepots – nachhaltige Daten und digitale Kuration
|5. Schweizerischer Kongress für Kunstgeschichte, Sektion II Narrative digitaler Objekte: Kunstgeschichte und Digital Humanities||22. - 24. 6. 2022||Zürich, Schweiz|
|An art historian reflection on digital curation||CIDOC 2021, Symbiosis of Tradition and Digital Technology||23.5.2022||Tallinn, Estland|
|Digitales SchauDepot - Digital curation of cultural heritage||Human Factors in Digital Humanities, EPFL||2. - 3.12.2021||Lausanne, Schweiz|
|Storytelling in digital space; New approaches for digital curation||DHCH 2021||7. - 9.6.2021||Rom, Italien|
|Digital Curation||DHCH 2020||4.12.2020||online|