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Almut Schilling is a conservator and researcher, educated at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and various international institutions.
Based in Vienna, her studio is specified in the preservation of electronic and digital art.
As analogue native she is highly interested in pushing her boundaries while working
through challenging projects and thinking TRANSdisciplinarily.
Framed by the practical and scientific context of art collections,
artists, technologists and information scientists she sharpens her skills
continuously in documenting, installing and archiving time-based media art;
implementing migration and emulation as strategy; researching the obsolescence
in all the various appearances and existence; developing alternative concepts,
discussing and evaluating those novel specific demands for preservation purposes.
She is passionate about the NEW digital and addicted to the obsolete MATERIAL.

/// educated at the academy of fine arts vienna :: studio for conservation of modern and contemporary art.
>>>>>>>>> diploma thesis > [preservation of digital art - documentation as tool, strategies in experiment.]
////////// travelled and learned at > chinati foundation, marfa, texas > the museum for modern art, frankfurt //
//////////...........//// filmarchive austria > technical museum, vienna > bay area video coalition, san francisco //
///............//.........................................................//////////////////////////......... studio for video conservation, bern //
experienced with.... migration of a variety of information carriers ... emulation of different obsolete systems
... condition assessment and adequate documentation of electronic artworks ...archiving electronic records.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>..founding member of the association for intermedial conservation <<.//





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