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PART I: Research and Practices

Mila van der Weide (LIMA) : What Net Art Needs From Documentation: Examining Arthost
Mila van der Weide / on behalf of Rachel Somers Miles : The Importance of Digital Art Distribution
Sylvia van Schaik (RCE) : Mediakunst.net
Ernst Van Velzen (Eye Filmmuseum) & Wiel Seuskens (LIMA) : A Case Study from LIMA and Eye Filmmuseum: Mixing Video Art and Film Together in One Digital Storage Facility?
Dragan Espenschied (Rhizome) : Remote Browsers

PART III: How to Activate the Past and (Re)Present It

Anne Marie Duguet (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) : An Anarchive Archive
Adam Lockhart (University of Dundee) : VR as an Archiving and Simulation Tool for Media Artworks
Emile Zile (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) : Wearing the Skin Suit: Interpretation and Reperformance of Historical Performance Art
Moderated by Serena Cangiano (University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland)

PART I: Strategies of Caretaking: How can the Present be Preserved?

Willem van Weelden (Tutor, Curator & Researcher) : Re-writing the Present: To Inhabit the Inhabitable
Jennifer Helia DeFelice (Vasulka Kitchen, Brno) : The Vasulkas: Legacy Project as Platform Development
Glenn Wharton (New York University) : Settling into Routine: How Strategies for Managing Digital Collections Become Established Practice.
Moderated by Melanie Bühler (Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem)

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