Guggenheimer Museum uses DVD to preserve early video materials
Wired is running an article this morning how DVD is used to save important pieces of video from the Guggenheimer Museum in New York. It is part of an retrospective exhibition of the works of imaging pioneer Nam June Paik called “The Worlds of Nam June Paik” at the Museum that covers his lengthy career as a multimedia pioneer. It runs until 26 April.
You can read the entire article online at Wired’s website.
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