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Analog to Digital: A Q&A with Guggenheim Conservator Joanna Phillips, Part Two

The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, inspects the modified cathode-ray tube that constitutes Nam June Paik’s TV Crown, 1965 (1998–99 version). Photo: Jeffrey Warda
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, inspects the modified cathode-ray tube that constitutes Nam June Paik’s TV Crown, 1965 (1998–99 version). Photo: Jeffrey Warda

In part two of our conversation with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she talks about the museum’s Media Conservation Lab and the many challenges posed by rapidly changing technology. More

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What Is “Time-Based Media”?: A Q&A with Guggenheim Conservator Joanna Phillips

The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, gives a presentation in front of Bruce Nauman's 16mm film installation Spinning Spheres (1970). Photo: David Heald © 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
The Guggenheim's Conservator of Time-Based Media, Joanna Phillips, gives a presentation in front of Bruce Nauman's 16mm film installation Spinning Spheres (1970). Photo: David Heald © 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

In the first installment of our two-part interview with Joanna Phillips, the Guggenheim’s Conservator of Time-Based Media, she discusses the roots of her fascinating, technologically attuned field. More