In this extensive interview Benjamin Weil, SFMOMA’s new media curator, dives into questions such as how far a museum should go to preserve decaying Internet works and how net art transforms curatorial practice. Interviewer Beryl Graham, co-founder of the CRUMB site for new media curators, encourages him to speculate on the field’s “big questions.” It’s in depth, and Weil gets more and more interesting the deeper he goes.

- Meredith Tromble [Monday, January 6th, 2003]


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