Explore the World's Largest Digital Art Biennial, All From Your Browser

Explore the World's Largest Digital Art Biennial, All From Your Browser

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 30, 2015
(Image credit: courtesy The Wrong)

No flights necessary to view this biennial: The Wrong, an exhibition of digital art first launched in 2013, is back with 1,000 artworks on display in over 50 curated online pavilions.

The Wrong was started by David Quiles Guilló, founder of the São Paulo-based arts organization ROJO, because he believed digital art should be viewed not in a gallery, but in its native form. Each pavilion has its own curator, with GIFs, data visualizations, and interactive installations with themes like code artists or sub art where people can manipulate the content.

The Wrong runs through January 31, 2016.

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