Anyone interested in the field of digital art
ought to pay attention to The Wrong
― Christiane Paul, The Whitney Museum of American Art

The Wrong just might be the world’s largest art biennale—the digital world’s answer to Venice

― Chris Hampton, The New York Times

The Wrong Digital Art Biennale

Happening both online and IRL, The Wrong New Digital Art Biennale is a global event aiming to nurture digital culture today. Mentioned by Chris Hampton’s article at NY Times as the digital world’s answer to La Biennale di Venezia, The Wrong has gathered more than 3000 artists and curators since 2013. During the past 2017/2018 edition, over a hundred curators selected 1621 artists spread across the world embassies, for a total of more than 150 pavilions. Its mission is to create and foster positive forward-thinking.


In Absentia

In Absentia aims to overcome disciplines rigid borders towards a noosphere inhabited by nonlinear complex systems. At the intersection of art, technology and science, “In Absentia” features more than 40 intermedia works, live media performances, interviews, panels and books presentations. As an ancient pilgrim, it will route from the Gargano ancient monasteries to Roma and Bologna. Its design is iterative, its methodology is collaborative, its lexicon is somewhat uncontainable and accessible at the same time.

The curators

Semiosphera is a Systems Art integrator by Francesca Giuliani and Lino Mocerino. Their work aims to discover the creative semiotic across different media and languages searching for emerging properties. Their UI have been featured at Plymouth i-DAT, their AV works appear across various festivals like Surfaces, back_up, ADAF, Cyber Sanctuaries. Under the mark of project-based research, they are into participative projects sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage.
In a post-digital time, their 2019 curatorial experience within The Wrong aims to nurture the roots of performance art, systems art and digital media.