The Star (Malaysia): Malaysian gallery preserves art collection for 1,000 years in an Arctic vault

The Star (Malaysia): Malaysian gallery preserves art collection for 1,000 years in an Arctic vault. “It might be hard to imagine what the world will be like in a thousand years, but here’s something we do know now: a number of artworks from the private collection of Artemis Art’s co-founders S. Jamal Al-Idrus and U.C. Loh will be safe and sound in a repository in Svalbard, Norway. Artemis Art has signed up to be a part of the Arctic World Archive (AWA), a safe repository for world memory and collections.”

Data Center Dynamics: Arctic World Archive adds latest data deposit in Svalbard facility

Data Center Dynamics: Arctic World Archive adds latest data deposit in Svalbard facility. “In a bi-annual ceremony (that was delayed by the pandemic), Piql added reels of data from the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, Natural History Museum, Guttormsgaards Arkiv, The Saga Heritage Foundation, Tronrud Engineering, National Széchényi Library (National Library of Hungary), Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts and Ministry of Culture in India, Sapio Analytics, Artemis Arts, and others. It joins data from the National Archive of Brazil, Mexico, and a huge deposit from GitHub.”

Hindustan Times: Ajanta cave images, Bhagwad Gita deposited at eternal Arctic archive

Hindustan Times: Ajanta cave images, Bhagwad Gita deposited at eternal Arctic archive. “High-resolution images of the iconic Ajanta caves and the Bhagwad Gita on Wednesday joined in a unique archive deep inside a decommissioned coal mine in the remote arctic island of Svalbard in Norway, where items of world memory are stored to last nearly 1,000 years.”