The XFR STN project at the New Museum, now finished is one of the coolest projects.
http://xfrstn.newmuseum.org Basically the project makes available a conservation technician and a whole load of equipment that allows anyone with content on obsolete media formats to come and get a conversion done as well as then creating an archive of the content collected which will be made available on archive.org, amazing really and some great work has come to light already even though the project has only just finished.
and another video from MOMA Conservation
It will be interesting to see what gets done about data corruption destructural, self destructive and work based around decay like Decasia (excerpt embedded below) or VHS generation loss based work or allot of circuit bent and glitch based work? how do we conserve work that destroys itself and should we?
thanks to John, Philip, Camila and people on varous forums for links to work ect