Digital art on display at the ZKM Centre for Art and Media
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Bringing digital art back from the brink

Hundreds of years after it has been created, traditional art can still be displayed in a gallery.

But many digital art works rely on technology and screens which can develop faults every few years and in some cases may become obsolete.

Jen Copestake visited the ZKM Centre for Art and Media in Germany - home to the world's largest collection of digital art - to find out how they are preserving digital art for future generations.

Watch more clips at BBC Click's website and if you are in the UK you can see the whole programme on BBC iPlayer.

  • 23 Oct 2013
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