This site makes available articles from The Electronic Media Review, a biennial publication of the talks presented at the Electronic Media Group (EMG) session of the AIC Annual Meeting.
The mission of the Electronic Media Group is two-fold: (1) to preserve electronic art, electronic-based cultural materials and tools of its creation; and (2) to provide a means for conservators and related professionals to develop and maintain knowledge of relevant new media and emerging technologies.
Areas of interest are reflected by the content of past meeting programs. Topics include: the preservation of audio, video, digital, web-based and “time-based” media and art; creation and maintenance of digital archives; digital imaging for preservation and access to collection materials; digital imaging in conservation documentation; preservation and conservation of digital prints; and the documentation and conservation of electronic playback equipment and computer software and hardware.
Volume 1: 2009-2010 Papers presented at the Electronic Media Group session of the 37th AIC Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, 2009, and the 38th AIC Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2010.
Volume 2: 2011-2012 Papers presented at the Electronic Media Group session of the 39th AIC Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2011, and the 40th AIC Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2012.
Volume 3: 2013-2014 Papers presented at the Electronic Media Group session of the 41st AIC Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2013, and the 42nd AIC Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, 2014.