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How the Guggenheim and NYU Are Conserving Computer-Based Art—Part 2

In order to create a write-blocked disk image of this vintage shuttle computer, the hard drive is removed in the Guggenheim’s time-based media conservation lab. Photo: Joanna Phillips

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

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2018-01-14T17:52:01+00:00November 10th, 2016|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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