An art fair where the physical plane meets the new, digital flesh

If you have an Internet connection, you have a ticket to one of the largest contemporary art fairs, and that's not some lame statement about the wonders of Google Image search. It’s called The Wrong (again) - New Digital Art Biennale and it features work by more than 1,000 artists from around the world, making it the biggest of its kind. Starting Sunday, anyone can experience this collection online — a vast exhibition of digital stills, video, animated GIFs — by going to through January 31.

TheWrong biennale incorporates IRL and digital components

Stefan Saalfeld created this image for The Wrong (again), an international exhibition of digital art involving more than 1,000 contributors. Online pavilions are free to view. The event runs November 1 - Jan. 31, 2016. (Stefan Saalfeld)


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