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Arts, Art history
This paper looks at the complex nature of developing effective and appropriate strategies for the preservation of born digital art, in particular networked art. These issues are approached from the perspective of artist practitioners, focusing on a case study of the preservation of a net art project by the author. It is suggested that any preservation strategy begins with artists and the conservation practices that are inculcated into the very act of creation. The paper proposes that for institutional digital art conservation initiatives to be successful they must originate from a pre-existing culture of preservation within digital art communities
Mc. Garrigle, C. (2015) Preserving born digital art : lessons from artists practice. New review of information networking. pp. 170-178 | Published online: 17 Dec 2015. doi:10.1080/13614576.2015.1113055
New review of information networking. pp. 170-178 | Published online: 17 Dec 2015.