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Preservation of Digital Art: Theory and Practice: The Digital Art Conservation Project
Synopses & Reviews
Were you born digital? This could be the ultimate, decisive question in the future when it comes to preserving and making the art of our time accessible for future generations. The book presents the results of the digital art conservation project that was conceived at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe in 2010. It includes text contributions by major theorists, restaurators, programmers and artists as well as case studies and series of picture material. It is designed to foster the international debate on the conservation of digital art.
How collectors and museums can archive digital art properly - opportunities and risks
About the Author
Dr. Bernhard Serexhe studied soziology, psychology, pedagogics and art history. He has been the senior curator at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe since 2006. He began working on the EU-sponsored digital art conservation project in 2010.
Table of Contents
Vorwort.- Symposien.- The Digital Oblivion.- Digital Art Conservation.- Fallstudien.- Digital Art Works.- Aspekte der Lehre im Bereich der Konservierung digitaler Kunst.- Anhang.
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