Launch of Electronic Journal .dpi #14!

The conservation and archiving of digital artworks are important practices. How do you document Web art wherein the experience and journey of each visitor is different? Can we define authenticity when the restoration of an artwork necessitates the use of new equipment? What becomes of artworks when software becomes obsolete or is no longer used on the market and needs replacing? Scholars worldwide are grappling with these issues at present. Electronic journal .dpi will weigh in once again in this second edition focusing on the theme of archiving in the digital era. Featuring 3 articles and 3 chronicles. Read .dpi:

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