Rio Hosts International Electronic Language Festival in Centro

Held in Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, the festival presents interactive art installations by Brazilians and foreigners until June 4th.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since Friday, April 13th, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, in Centro, has been hosting the International Electronic Language Festival. The event exhibits over 120 works by renowned artists from Brazil and abroad and blends arts and technology (it also includes games and interactive art installations).

The project began in São Paulo in 2000 from a motivation to establish Brazil as an important hub for discussing the electronic-digital universe. Today, the International Electronic Language Festival is the largest of its kind in Latin America.

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