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The Wrong Biennale

Malta will be taking part in the Wrong Biennale for Digital Art for the first time this year.

The online platform What Do We Do Now? created by digital artist Letta Shtohryn, will be participating in the third edition of the biennale, along with around 170 other cities, pavilions and embassies worldwide. The Wrong Biennale will see hundreds of online events and offline exhibitions taking place in parallel around the world and in the digital realm.

Confusion, Ingrid K.Bjørnaali, courtesy of the artist and What Do We Do Now?

What Do We Do Now? will create both an online pavilion and an offline embassy in Malta. The exhibition, curated by Shtohryn and resulting from an international open call, will show the work of 27 artists, each responding to the theme of energy exchange and interdependency between the virtual and the material realms.

The online pavilion will be hosted on between 1 November 2019 and 30 March 2020, while the offline embassy will take place from 16 to 30 November 2019 at Splendid in Valletta. Following the exhibition, the individual works will be installed in public spaces around Valletta.

Command Prompt, Vitória Cribb, courtesy of the artist and What Do We Do Now?

Letta Shtohryn is a media artist based in Malta with a background in philosophy, sociology and digital arts. In her work, Shtohryn uses critical media reflections linking the digital with the tangible, and the historic with the current, projecting subtle feminist undertones. Her practice employs speculative strategies, poetics and metaphysical investigations that respond to aspects of digital development using new media, sculpture, video games, commercial goods and imagery.

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