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LOOKSEE will soon feature Johanna Drucker's Wittgenstein's Gallery,
a series of over one hundred conceptual drawings constituting a working
model of vision, perception, and (re)cognition. We will use Drucker's work
as the basis for a discussion of computer-assisted image analysis.
LOOKSEE's long-term goal is to serve as a community focal point for the collaborative development
of open source image analysis tools.