By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Last Monday, February 5th, cultural center Oi Futuro, in Flamengo, opened the first edition of Rio's "Bienal de Arte Digital", dedicated to the artistic expressions that dialogue with technology. Until March 18th, the Biennial will promote free exhibitions, debates and scenic performances.
The 27 selected works (out of 600) aim to reflect on the experimentation of new artistic languages with the use of new technological tools. Additionally, the Biennial intends to explore the transformation of the digital processes throughout time, and how it influences the human creativity and communication.
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