The Wired! Lab leads with research, which is fundamental to our courses, our Friday working lab, and our scholarly output. Indeed, our research agenda’s increasing profile has led us to our new name: the Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab (see Introduction). This section briefly explores the core thematic areas of overlap in our research—the study of the object, the consideration of cultural spaces and systems, and the question of the scale of cultural analysis—and then turns to summaries of our sixteen active research projects. These projects are the dynamic center of our teaching, lab work, and outward-facing scholarship. They complement, in turn, the last part of this section, which lists previous Wired! projects. However specialized our research projects may be, they also highlight our broad and collaborative approach to the critical digital analysis of Art History and Visual Culture, the lab’s fundamental mission.