In the art world, technological advances have implications similar to those in science and industry. Digital art exists in a “development stream” that parallels software design; a curator must be skilled at rapid upgrades. On the other hand, the permanence of digital information allows a more complete documentation of artistic development in a swiftly maturing medium and fosters equal access to work from throughout the world.

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