POST: Preserving Digital and Software-Based Artworks

In a post to The Signal,¬†Kate Murray (Library of Congress) summarizes¬†a recent¬†meeting of¬†the NDSA Standards and Practices Working Group, focused on issues¬†around¬†preserving digital and software-based artworks. Presenters from the Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University, the Museum of Modern Art in New York,¬†the Smithsonian’s Time Based Media Art initiative, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art¬†were asked to “share their experiences in both preserving and providing access to these unique and challenging digital objects.”

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