Barbican Centre, London, July 27, 2014 & e-mail correspondence.


Dave Rice is an audiovisual archivist and consultant based in New York City. He has worked for broadcasters such as Democracy Now! and Channel 13, and organisations like amongst others the United Nations, WITNESS or the Downtown Community Television. He is currently in charge of audiovisual preservation at the CUNY Television...

Detail of the DVA-Profession system.

Österreichische Mediathek, Vienna, May 6 2014.


The Austrian Mediathek is in charge of the long-term preservation and access to the Austrian audiovisual heritage. People in this institution have been working for several years towards building a digitisation- and preservation-workflow as open source as possible. Today they show that open source formats and software can be used to make a working and efficient long-term preservation environment for audiovisual...

Video cassettes digitised within the framework of the DCA project (photograph: WRO Art Center).

FARO, Brussels, February 14, 2013


WRO was founded in 1989 as an international festival of media art, which has surpassed its role of being just a cyclical event, and since 1998 has been operating as the WRO Center for Media Art Foundation. It is the first in Poland, and one of the largest surveys of media art in Central and Eastern Europe, taking up issues of contemporary art in the perspective of culture and communication. Since 2008, the Foundation has run...

Installation view of 'My Hard Drive Experiencing Some Strange Noises' (2007) by Grégory Chatonsky. Credits:

Galerie de La Reine, Brussels, June 22, 2012


Grégory Chatonsky is a French artist who was born in Paris in 1971 and who works mainly with computer technology and the Internet. After studying philosophy at Paris-Sorbonne University and taking an art course at the National School of Fine Arts, he founded in 1994 the website and Internet artists’ collective


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