Brooklyn’s New Transfer Gallery Brings Internet Art Into Real Space

Hyperallergic
Mar 19, 2013 6:40PM

Internet art thrives in its native medium — over the past few years, there have been a significant number of online-only galleries, including BubblebyteFach&Asendorf, andKlaus Gallery, that focused exclusively on showing the work of digital artists online. Physical spaces that make the necessary effort to turn internet art into compelling physical installations have been slower in coming. Thankfully, Brooklyn’s new Transfer Gallery is here to help solve that problem.

Image: Alexandra Gorczynski’s desktop wall at Transfer

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