Mediakunst.net is an online catalogue bringing together the media art collections of Frans Hals Museum, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Van Abbemuseum, the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and LIMA.
Future Proof Media Art
What is sustainable in relation to these so-called unstable media? In the scope of the collaborative research project ‘Future Proof Media Art’ with Dutch media artist Geert Mul, LIMA researches software-based and interactive media artworks from the oeuvre of Mul.
'Five questions to' - in conversation with preservation clients
LIMA stores, preserves and archives the media artworks from several museums, academies, individuals and corporations, and supports and advises them in the storage, digitisation and presentation of video art and digital artworks. Which collections are this, and how does this cooperation look like?
Digitisation Audio Visual Archive Rietveld Academie
Every year Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Univeristy of Fine Arts and Design produces many unique films and videos. With the technical realisation and support of LIMA these works are now digitised and preserved.
Case study: Digitisation of the Stansfield/Hooykaas collection
As part of the of the Digitising Contemporary Art project, LIMA has digitised the media art collection of the artist duo Stansfield/Hooykaas. Together with Madelon Hooykaas, the entire archive of the Scottish-Dutch duo has been catalogued and digitised to ensure that this unique collection of works is accessible for the future.
Developing new interfaces for the Norwegian Video Art Archive
PNEK asked LIMA for general advise on best practizes in media art archiving, digitalisation and preservation in this three-year pilot, to digitize a specilized part of the archive and to create a new user interface for the Resource Space database of the archive.
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