The Wrong Biennale Is Now Open to Explore

The Wrong Biennale
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The Wrong Biennale 2023/2024 is now open and will run until March 1st, 2024. The Biennale is an independent, multicultural, decentralized, and collaborative worldwide digital art event.

“Counting its viewership in the millions, The Wrong just might be the world’s largest art biennale — the digital world’s answer to Venice.

To visit, art lovers needn’t purchase a plane ticket, book a hotel or queue outside galleries: Admission requires only internet access. ”

The New York Times

It will feature a wide range of digital art, including video, animation, installation, and performance. The Wrong has become a massive international community and a reference in the art scene, bringing together curators, artists, and institutions, online and offline, every two years.

It has received institutional recognition and awards such as SOIS Cultura 2019 and an honorable mention by the European Commission S+T+ARTS 2020 prize.

The Wrong Biennale was founded in 2013 by David Quiles Guilló and is organized by The Wrong Studio, which curates the best ultra-contemporary talent to generate exhibitions, events, and art commissions for institutions, clients, and brands. The studio comprises Graziela Calfat, Alejandra Raschkes, Rafael Ferrater, David Quiles Guilló, Cherry Nas, and Jennifer Talbot.

The wrong biennale - redux of decor pavilion
The Wrong Biennale – Redux of Decor Pavilion

Pavilions at The Wrong Biennale

As a decentralized biennale, each pavilion is hosted independently on its own website or social media profile. To explore the biennale, go to You’ll see the complete list of pavilions at The Wrong Biennale.

Each blue link on the homepage leads you to a pavilion overview and includes a statement, curators, and artists. From there, you can click ‘Enter Pavilion’ to navigate away from the biennale’s website to individual pavilions.

While some pavilions are online only, others will include performances and in-person collaborations. Pavilions can have several embassies within them to organize their different approaches or events throughout the Biennale’s four months.

Full List of Pavilions at The Wrong Biennale
  • Triple Pocket Napkin Fold
  • Server Of Flesh
  • Print Screen
  • Kinētechós
  • Net Art Died But Is Doing Well
  • Painting Computer
  • Reverse Tar Pit
  • The Digital Rhetoric In Practice
  • AI/AI
  • Null Byte Injection
  • Sensory Disconnection
  • Hybrid Mirrors: Navigating Uncertainty And Randomness
  • Symptomatic Asymptomatic
  • Kres
  • Rodolex Propaganda
  • Homo Metaversus: The Transition
  • Digital Alchemy: Rewiring Paradigms
  • No Camera Cinema
  • Aqua Loci
  • Desktop Studies
  • Is It Time To Think About Adulting Yet
  • Art Television
  • Redux Of Decor
  • Self As A Service
  • Rely Not On It: Life As We (Don’t) Know It
  • Cave Cloud
  • Togetherness
  • VerbivocoVirtual
  • Are You For Real
  • Delicate Equilibrium
  • Black Holes
  • Soro-Soro
  • Weird Dreams, Weird Analysis
  • URP Painting
  • Covid 1984
  • We’ve Been Dreaming About A Magical Jungle
  • Nonplace Site
  • A Number From The Ghost
  • Midwest Stories
  • Art Meets Ordinary
  • Wonder Cake
  • Superinternet World
  • HyperEspresso
  • Speculative Sinofuturisms
  • Directory
  • Exphygit Corpse
  • Becoming Machine
  • Solve The Equation
  • Un Trapazo
  • Photosynthesis
  • M27
  • Lullaby Tapes
  • Fields of View
  • Utopian Inspirational Demon
  • The Temporal Dimension
  • Continuous Interlude
  • Tools Of Trust
  • And We Gonna Crash It When Nobody Is Home
  • Unarchive
  • Room Tour: Art In The Age Of Remote Work
  • I Rave/Je Délire
  • Throwing Digital Bricks: Queer Acts of Protest
  • Doppelgänger
  • Future Me
  • Maybe Fake’s What I Like
  • UnUnsubscribe
  • Laugh
  • Deficit Of Less
  • Sunsetting The Platform
  • Weblogmusic: Cartomancy
  • Post Animals
  • Blink Delay
  • La Finca De Hoy
  • Balkan Y2K
  • Trust The Process
  • Nuke
  • Sanarte El Alma
  • Requiem
  • Colour Your Dreams
  • Techspressionism: Digital and Beyond
  • Metamorphosis
  • Super Modern Art Museum
  • Kamîm Tuhut
  • The Outsiders
  • Adam Meets Eve
  • Blockchain Fairy Tales
  • Deep Fried Feels
  • Man-Made Animals: Self In The Other
  • Following A Path
  • Video Edition Pavilion
  • Glitch In The Sacred Geometry
  • So Far, So Near
  • Expanded Optics
  • Metatopia
  • Benadryl Plus
  • Wasted Generation: Freedom In Borderlines
  • Unrestricted
  • Language Machine: Text, Code And Poetry
  • Cosmos, or A Chronicle of Life’s Incredible Order, Complexity, and Remarkable Struggle Against Entropy and Resistance of Decay
  • Pivilion Dot Net
  • Sirena
  • Expo 2121
  • Balaganchik: Circus Shantay
  • The Space is Volatile
  • Compound Of Stolen Prompts As A Curatorial Statement
Joelle McTigue – Red Apple, Seyahatnâme. Constantinople, Ottoman Empire, 1630s.

Video Edition Pavilion

The Video Edition Pavilion, curated by Ebba Jahn, will host a Silent Video Edition Embassy for Musicians for live collaborative events where musicians will improvise to/alongside 20-minute silent videos from artists. I’m excited to have a collection of my works included in the pavilion.

The first event will occur in London during Vortex Jazz Club: Mopomoso Christmas Party on December 17th,12 – 6 PM. Vortex is a small, not-for-profit club with an innovative program of jazz, improvised, and experimental music.

Mopomoso is a volunteer-led music group founded in 1991 by guitarist John Russell and pianist, trumpeter, and composer Chris Burn. The group’s goal is to promote freely improvised music in all its forms, as well as its relationship to other forms of contemporary music.

For The Love Of Jazz – By The Vortex Jazz Club in East London

The second event will be held on January 27th at Kühlspot Social Club, a venue for creative music, theater, art, and culture in Berlin’s Weissensee neighborhood. Their music program focuses on improvised music and jazz. An extended edition video version with music will be released in the pavilion next year.

Vortex Jazz Club | Dec 17, 2023, 12-6 PM | 11 Gillett Square in Dalston area of East London, UK | Tickets

Kühlspot Social Club | Jan 27, 2004, 6-10 PM | Lehderstraße 74 in the Weissensee area of Berlin, Germany

Setout to Explore The Wrong Biennale

The Wrong Biennale is a must-see event for anyone interested in digital art or collaborative contemporary art. It is a platform for experimentation and innovation, and the 2023/2024 edition is looking to be even more exciting than ever before.

To explore the biennale, go to


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