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This publication and the conference ‘Collecting and Presenting BornDigital Art’ were supported by Virtueel Platform, now part of The New Institute. Annet Dekker has edited three other publications on Digital Art for Virtueel Platform: Archive2020. Sustainable Archiving of Born-Digital Cultural Content (2010, with NIMk, DEN, EN), Research: Archiving the Digital (2011), and Born-Digital Art in the Netherlands (in Dutch with English summary, 2012, with SBMK, NIMk, DEN). These can be downloaded and/or read online: http://virtueel platform.nl/english/publications/ and http://www.thenewinstitute.nl.
The interviews by Annet Dekker with Christiane Paul, Jill Sterrett, Layna White and Christiane Berndes, Jussi Parikka and Richard Rinehart were made possible with financial support from the Mondriaan Fund Mediation Grant. All the texts in this publication are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/ by-sa/3.0/. Unless specified, all the images are copyright of the artists.
Published on Aug 1, 2013
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