The Limits of The Archive

Friday, February 5th, 2010

There was discussion of power and control; of going to these cthonic, isolated, fragile locations full of uncomfortable furniture and curt staff; of these inhuman institutions that define and defend what is considered culturally significant knowledge and can act as oppressors to unapproved subcultures.

AVPS Working in Ghana to Help Save the Country’s Moving Image and Sound Heritiage

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

Chris Lacinak of AVPS traveled to Ghana for three weeks early this summer as part of the Audiovisual Preservation Exchange (APEX) team. APEX is a recently established effort […]

AVPS Project with Cunningham Dance Foundation and NYU Featured in New York Times Article

Tuesday, January 1st, 2008

AudioVisual Preservation Solutions is designing and installing a system for the recording and editing of “Mondays with Merce”, a project aimed at capturing the technique of living dance […]

AVPS Invited to Join the Advisory Board for the Recently Launched NYU Preservation Department Assessment Project Funded by the Mellon Foundation

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

AVPS was asked to join the advisory board for the NYU Preservation Department Assessment Project due to our experience with assessing dynamic objects (audiovisual media and content) and […]