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Documenting Digital Art in Small Galleries: The Approach of the InterPARES 3 Project


Harrison Inefuku
© DOCAM 2010

Day 2, Session 8

Harrison W. Inefuku (University of British Columbia, Vancouver)

 

This presentation discusses research being conducted at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery as part of the InterPARES 3 Project, which is developing a documentation framework to support the preservation of digital and new media art. The framework includes the use of a questionnaire for artists; a checklist of records that should be created and/or acquired by the Gallery; a file structure that allows the Gallery to maintain its documents and records according to records and archival management best practices; and an analysis of copyright and moral rights issues.

 

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Originally from Honolulu (Hawaii), Harrison W. Inefuku is currently enrolled in the Dual Master of Archival Studies/Master of Library and Information Studies Program at the University of British Columbia where he serves as a graduate research assistant with the InterPARES (International Research on Permanent Authentic Records in Electronic Systems) 3 Project. Prior to UBC, he received degrees in Graphic Design and Visual Culture from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.

 

Links:

• InterPARES : http://www.interpares.org/

• Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery : http://www.belkin.ubc.ca/