the wrong is the largest and most comprehensive biennale celebrating digital art today. a global event open to participation, aiming to nurture digital culture.

what’s the wrong’s mission?
to create, promote and push positive forward-thinking contemporary digital art to a wider audience through a biennial event that temporarily gathers a vast global selection of digital artworks, embracing the artists, curators and institutions of today’s exciting digital culture scene.

where does the wrong happen?
the wrong happens both online and offline.

the online happens in “pavilions”; virtual curated spaces in any online accessible media where selected artworks are exhibited.

the offline happens in “embassies”; institutions, art spaces, galleries and artist run spaces in cities around the world.

the offline also happens in “routers”; the router shows are hosted on ︎the wrong routers. all the router shows will conform a massive global offline exhibit for the upcoming 4th edition of the wrong.

when does the wrong happen?
the wrong’s fourth edition opens november 1st, 2019 and closes march 1st. 2020. 

how big is the wrong?
since 2013, more than 3.000 artists and curators have officially participated in the wrong.

for ︎(biennale); 124 curators selected 1.621 artists to show their work, in 114 pavilions, 78 events and 35 embassies around the world.

check all ︎past editions credits.

who’s participating in the wrong?
a extended ︎team of curators appoint themselves to research and feature what they like best of the new digital art scene today.

artists can also appoint themselves via the new ︎press refresh open pavilion, as well as other open calls published in the ︎artists group.

how do I join the wrong as artist / curator?
click ︎join and check all informations.

do I have to pay to join or visit the wrong?
the wrong is free to participate and to attend, and mostly everything is one click away.

my question is not here
if you have many doubts, please send an ︎email. for a quick one you can always contact via ︎messenger.