The group has been keenly interested in studying visual art and art history using advanced computational methods. Since the early 2000s, the group has been collaborating with art historians on studying some of the most significant visual artworks and cultural heritages. They have generated some high-impact research results, including the analysis of Vincent van Gogh's brushstroke styles and the determining of the sextual identities of prehistoric cave artists using handprints.
The following is an archive of our publications in this area. They are in reverse chronical order.