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DIGITAL ART-CHEOLOGY
STATE LIBRARY PROJECT RECOVERS LOST ARTWORKS FROM THE BRINK OF EXTINCTION
The State Library of South Australia holds a rich collection of material relating to the work of world-renowned artist Joseph Stanislaus (Stan) Ostoja-Kotkowski,  a pioneer in the digital arts. His valuable artworks were at risk of being lost if action wasn’t taken, find out what we are doing to preserve this work for future generations.
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