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Links:

> AV-Media-Matters - AV-Media-Matters discussion list useful for technical media conservation issues.

> BAM/PFA Archiving the Avant-Garde - (formerley CIAO Conceptual & Intermedia Arts Online project, Berkeley). Project of 9 institutions (including the Getty), to create networked access to material on conceptual and other non-traditional intermedia art such as digital art and performance art.

> BAVC - Bay Area Video Collective, USA. Digital media and preservation too.

> Conservation OnLine - includes Electronic Storage Media

> Electronic Media Group of AIC - conservation information

> IMAP: Independent Media Arts Preservation - more preservation from a New York organisation.

> INCCA - International Network for the Conservation of Contemporary Art. INCCA is a network of professionals connected to the conservation of modern and contemporary art and was established to meet the need for an international platform for knowledge and information exchange.

> Media Matters consortium - Tate Research project: Media Matters. Collaborating Towards the Care of Time-Based Media Works of Art

> Montevideo/Time Based Arts - The Netherlands Media Art Institute, Montevideo/Time Based promotes the wide development, application and distribution of, and reflection on new technologies in the visual arts.

> Plug In - Plug In: Re-imagining the collection is a new approach to exhibiting the collection at the Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands.

> Preserving net art - (France). Anne Laforet's page, with links to reports, and references to new media at the Pompidou (in French).

> V2ís Capturing Unstable Media - project, Rotterdam, 2003. Includes net art.

> Wunderkammer - A project based on the question of how a museum can collect digital art. Created by Marek Walczak and Martin Wattenberg.

 
Keywords:

  media art
  discussion list
  distribution
  video
  technical

People:

  Marek Walczak