inviting (internet/digital) artists, conceptual designers, meme artists, poets, writers, critics, and other makers and thinkers to become part of a collaborative experiment 

deadline: wednesday, november 24, 2o21 at 23:59h 

the 'we're open!' board on the sidewalk is retired to the storage room. the projectors and speakers in the exhibition space are shut off, the lights are dimmed, the alarm is turned on and the front door is locked. eventually, the institution has no other choice but to share on social media that she regrets to inform that the event is cancelled and pending further notice 

postponed until further notice reflects the recurring phenomena of the past 20 months in which (cultural) events were cancelled abruptly and had to be postponed to a later moment. countless things, ideas and moments have been cancelled and forgotten or brought back to life at a later date and time, in a similar form but in a different context. the later version might make sense: people are happy to finally get together for that [thing] they've been waiting for. or the occasion is gone, forever lost and cannot be recreated at a later time 

personal or political crisis, production setbacks, procrastination, changing social-cultural values or simply a need for rest can lead to delay. the project is an ode to the feeling of suspension and leans into the inconvenience of indecisiveness.

as such, the project embodies its own near future, freezing a state or condition that never happened. how long can this condition last is unclear, its seemingly limitless duration provides both anxiety and solace

postponed until further notice meditates on its own absence. the project builds on robert barry's closed gallery (1969), in which the artist sent invitations for gallery openings stating 'during the exhibition the gallery will be closed’. the work suggested that something was missing while simultaneous manifesting presence and absence 

and even though the project is postponed until further notice, other conditions may form in its shadows. as the event was always a socio-spatial occurrence, it might mutate into other forms of existence. the comment section under the institutional statement of postponement might become a place of discussion. the bench in front of the closed institution's entrance could become a place of pilgrimage for the disciples of the arts. its state of being postponed might become the project itself

artists as co-curators

postponed until further notice aims to become a collaborative project where the selected artists become an essential part of the curatorial process. in the period of january 1, 2o22 to february 1, 2o22 the chosen participants will come together in online meetings to discuss approaches to and meaning(s) of postponement, as well as contextualisation and presentation strategies of the project

open call

please send your work by e-mail to no later than november 24, 2o21 at 23:59h.

there is a variable artist fee available between €1oo – €5oo, depending on the nature of the work. in addition, there is a €4oo fee per selected artist for being part of the co-curation process.

if you have any questions, want to test your ideas, ping-pong on the thematics, or just want to say hi – feel free to reach out via mail or instagram.

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113 the isan workshop
112 paradoxical objects
111 nonplusultrablack
11o incantation
1o9 enter the square
18o media lab
1o7 concert for smartphone network
1o6 french trash touch
1o5 and other sfs
1o4 nuit blanche
1o3 free speechless
1o2 instructions for a party without a budget
1o1 minus
1oo adaptasi cycle
99 para-net
98 stakes are high
97 a cooperative enterprise
96 synchronism 
95 bem web art 
94 spamm
93 virreina
92 concerto for public transport orchestra in four movements
91 pivilion dot net
9o antipedia
89 invisible cities
88 exorcizing the west
87 my mother was a computer
86 this is an annoying advertisement
85 amazonian slowness
84 signal orange and the color blind
83 potential
82 inabsentia
81 we don’t fall
8o vgers-xtr
79 transgression
78 random
77 when paradigms collide
76 amorous sharing
75 me, myself and i
74 fabricated still
73 sucker succour 
72 metatopia
71 criaturas del neo-grotto
7o the unmoving show
69 re-significados
68 vr one but many
67 techspressionism
66 what are you wearing for?
65 s8>>ig
64 postponed until further notice
63 state of emergency
62 doomscroll
61 tood fruck
6o flyover state
59 direct messages
58 sound becomes site
56 aarcade
55 bio incognita
54 apt ext
53 inbox interference
52 weblogmusic
51 o imaginário pavilhão de desencontros do acaso
5o os dias em que as corujas caíram do céu
49 posthuman island
48 intractable
47 abreast
46 nebula protologo
45 deep feel
44 anima here
43 purgue pray play
42 made by desire
41 encounters with incomprehension
4o eso que da cuerda al mundo
39 rifting
38 vr art camp
37 the sublime
36 1os1oa
35 when you’re calmer
34 it is always nighttime in the metaverse
33 the disruptive me
32 derails
31 twist and shot
3o mundane futures
29 a geography of sunflowers
28 todas las historias de amor son historias de fantasmas
27 5d futures
26 it’s so simple yet nobody does it
25 experience near death experience
24 notland
23 you will never identify me
22 expanded optics
21 studio 2.o6
2o querido cruz, las estrellas están hermosas esta noche
19 seers of visions
18 you do not have to log on your knees
17 objeto virtual não identificado
16 contingent systems
15 this the wrong place to die
14 ubiquitous gallery
13 art was only a substitute for the internet
12 cyber park
11 devotion
1o essence abscence
9 this word doesn’t exist
8 new bodies new spaces
7 the brain melts before it melds into earth
6 kawaii agency
5 cyber houri
4 eden
3 now that the world is ending, let’s get together
2 random thoughts
1 one off

welcome to


celebrating digital culture since 2o13, the wrong is a collaborative effort harnessing the potential of the internet, shaped as a decentralized global art biennale and tv channel, open to participation, happening both online and offline, awarded with sois cultura 2o19 and ehrenerwähnung at s+t+arts 2o2o

“counting its viewership in the millions, the wrong just might be the world’s largest art biennale — the digital world’s answer to venice” - the new york times

since 2o13, more than 73oo artists and curators have officially participated in the wrong biennale

“an alternative yet ambitious new path, the wrong is a concept that could prove key to the flourishing of the arts and culture in post pandemic times” - s+t+arts 2o2o jury

jan robert leegte, dina karadzic, bjørn magnhildøen, nimrod vardi, doreen a.rios, patrick lichty, ben grosser, florian kuhlmann, pablo hannon, kensuke sembo, yae akaiwa, carla gannis, mate steinford, shalala salamzadeh, yoshi sodeoka
david quiles guilló, graziela calfat, nuno alves, vanja novakovic, jennifer talbot