Volume One: 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.

Jeffrey Warda, Managing Editor
Edited by Fletcher Durant, Gwynne Ryan, and Jeffrey Warda

Front matter and table of contents
Back matter

Papers presented at the Electronic Media Group Session, AIC 37th Annual Meeting, May 19-22, 2009, Los Angeles, California

Obsolete and Beyond the Pale: The Politics of Restoring Underground Film
Leah Churner

Heart Beats Dust: The Conservation of an Interactive Installation from 1968 and an Introduction to E.A.T (Experiments in Art and Technology)
Christine Frohnert

Forging the Future Using Web 2.0 Cataloging Techniques
Michael Katchen

Sustaining Dynamic Media Objects and Digital System Environments: An Assessment of Preservation Methods for Computer Based Artworks
Tabea Lurk and Jürgen Enge

A Case for Digital Conservation Repositories
Barbra Mack and Glenn Wharton

Gary Hill’s Suspension of Disbelief (for Marine): Documentation Strategies for Time-Based Media. Part II
Jeff Martin

Reconstructing a Simulation: Ant Farm and T.R. Uthco’s The Eternal Frame
Glenn R. Phillips

Gary Hill’s Suspension of Disbelief (for Marine): Documentation Strategies for Time-Based Media. Part I
Gwynne Ryan

Codec Comparison for the Digital Preservation of Analog Video
Angelo Sacerdote and Lauren Sorenson

Inside Installations: An Introduction
Tatja Scholte and Vivian Van Saaze

Fabrizio Plessi’s Liquid Time II at the Center for Art and Media (ZKM): Options and Limitations for an Authentic Reinstallation
Fenna Yola Tykwer

From Singularity to Multiplicity? A Study into Versions, Variations, and Editions in Museum Practices
Vivian Van Saaze

Characterizing Optical Disc Longevity at the Library of Congress
Jennifer A. Wade and Michele Youket

To Emulate or Not: A Case Study for Revolution: A Monument for the Television Revolution By Jeffrey Shaw
Gaby Wijers

Fabrizio Plessi’s Liquid Time II at the ZKM | Center for Art and Media. Part I: Preservation and Presentation of a Large-Scale Kinetic Video Sculpture
Thomas Zirlewagen

Papers presented at the Electronic Media Group Session, AIC 38th Annual Meeting, May 11-14, 2010, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Baking, Mineral Oil, and Windex: A Look at the Sorry State of Pre-Digitization Conservation Treatment for Audiovisual Media
George Blood and Cassandra Gallegos

Encounters with a Very-Large Picture Collection: The Joseph Selle Collection of Street Vendor Photography
Christopher Burnett

The Artist Stripped Bare of his Papers, Even: An Interview with Cory Arcangel
Walter Forsberg

Sticky-Shed Syndrome in Audio Magnetic Tapes: Possible Causes and Analysis
Stephen C. Hobaica

Image Storage and Permanence Considerations in the Long-Term Preservation of Photographic Images—An Update and Additional Considerations
Joseph LaBarca

Shifting Equipment Significance in Time-Based Media Art
Joanna Phillips

One Thing After Another: Developing a Digital Archeology for the Warren Spector Collection, a Case Study
Elizabeth L. Seramur

An Introduction to the Audiovisual Self-Assessment Program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jennifer Hain Teper