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How the Guggenheim and NYU Are Conserving Computer-Based Art—Part 1

NYU computer science student Jiwon Shin during her summer internship with the Guggenheim Conservation Department. Supervised by Joanna Phillips and mentored by Professor Deena Engel, Jiwon worked on creating an exhibition copy for artist Julieta Aranda’s computer-based kinetic object Two shakes, a tick and a jiffy (2007). Photo: Joanna Phillips

Guggenheim conservator Joanna Phillips and New York University’s Deena Engel discuss the preservation of computer-based art.

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2018-01-14T17:52:22+00:00November 5th, 2016|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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