Eye Tracking, Aesthetics, and the Cultural Innovation

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Using diagnostic and interactive desktop- and head-mounted mobile eye tracking technologies to record and analyse the situated, embodied experience of visual aesthetics/visitor experience in the art galleries and museums, this project will make a real-world impact, working with leading GLAM industry partners to develop experimental and creative strategies for visitor engagement and evaluation. This interdisciplinary project will enable the successful candidate to work with supervisors combining expertise in the perceptual foundations of aesthetic experience and in the development of innovative curatorial practices. With backgrounds in visual aesthetics and/or the psychology of human perception, applicants should have an understanding of the theory and practice of eye movements in laboratory and/or field studies.

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Supervisory team
Michael
Garbutt

Art and Design
Art and Design
Branka
Spehar

Science
Psychology
Scott
East

Art and Design
Art and Design
m.garbutt@unsw.edu.au

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