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Title: Art in the Age of Emulation: Preservation Case Study - Jaime Davidovich's Foam TV
Authors: Kim, Jennifer Junghan
Keywords: art conservation
digital records and digital preservation projects
plastics
photograph and visual resources
emulation
contemporary art
artist interview
Issue Date: 17-Dec-2007
Abstract: This paper discusses Davidovich's Foam TV, a sculptural work from the early 80s that incorporates polyurethane foam and time-based media elements. Artist interviews as as art historical and conservation research were conducted to determine treatment options, including those of replication and emulation. The art historical meaning of a work of art replicated for preservation needs is discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/9105
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