Pascal Dubourg Glatigny is an art historian and CNRS researcher at the Centre Alexandre Koyré, which is dedicated to the history of sciences and technology. His work deals with the relations between art, science and technology in the modern era. He published Il disegno naturale del mondo (Pérouse, Aguaplano, 2011) about the mathematician Egnatio Danti as well as a translation of his book Les deux règles de la perspective pratique de Vignole (Paris, CNRS éditions, 2003). He directed various collective publications, such as Réduire en art, with Hélène Vérin (Paris, Presses de la Maison des Sciences de l’homme, 2008) and Quadratura : Geschichte, Theorie, Technik with Matthias Bleyl (Berlin, Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2011).