Rhizome's preservation program advocates for social memory for internet users and networked cultures by ensuring ongoing access to digital artifacts in our care; supporting free and open source software tools that foster decentralized and vernacular archives; and building partnerships and relationships with community groups and organizations who share our goals.


Rhizome’s archive of more than 2,000 born-digital artworks, founded in 1999, is fully accessible to the public while undergoing backend redevelopment.

Explore ArtBase


Our premier user-driven web archiving and hosted service (conifer.rhizome.org) to easily create and share high-fidelity, fully interactive copies of almost any website.

Explore Conifer


Surf the web the old-fashioned way with this tool to explore web archives through emulated legacy browsers.

Explore classic.oldweb.today