The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University Library serves as a research repository of new media art and resources. Holdings reflect digital extensions of twentieth-century developments in cinema, video, installation, photography, and sound, and include collections of American and Chinese new media arts and significant online and offline holdings in internet art. Founded in 2002, the Goldsen Archive includes over 1000 individual new media artworks and artist dossiers. Special collections include the Wen Pulin Archive of Chinese Avant-Garde Art which consists of 360 hours of digitized video documenting the history of contemporary Chinese art, including video installations, performance pieces and artist interviews. The Resources section includes links to new media art organisations and collections, such as ZKM, the Database of Virtual Art, the V2_Archive and others.