dadaland collective: @ The Wrong Biennale

International collective of digital artists comes to Bega as part of global art event

dadaland collective: an international group of digital artists coordinated by Bermagui artist Bob Georgeson are exhibiting their work in Bega during November and December. The collective came together in 2018 through Facebook groups to be part of The Wrong Biennale, a global event celebrating digital culture. The Wrong Biennale is the world's largest ever art event with nearly 2000 artists exhibiting online and at various locations around the globe.

The 18 artists from 7 countries work across a variety of mediums including video, sound, graphics and performance that not only explore how technology can be used to make art, but also how technology impacts on human interactions. Much of the work is influenced by, or references the Internet. Glitch, generative art, computer graphics, smartphone creations and environments created from information all are featured.

The collective is Tim Tsang (USA), The Implicit Order (USA), Elle Thorkveld (USA), Milica Raicevic (Serbia), Darko Vukic (Serbia), Gabriela Green Olea (Australia), Jose Ramon Alcala (Spain), Kerry Baldry (UK), Parch Es (Mexico), Stefan Ljumov (Serbia), Yvana Samandova (France), Michael Szpakowski (UK), Borjan Zarevski (France), Miloš Bojović (Serbia), Yartn Saloan (Mexico), Systaime (France), Andrew Stys (UK), and Bob Georgeson (Australia).

The exhibition opens at midday on Friday November 1st at Sugar Sounds in Bega with a live performance by local duo The Sugarants. It is the first of a planned series of art events at Sugar Sounds as an adjunct to their music business.

The exhibition links through to The Wrong Biennale Epicentre in Valencia in Spain. It is an exciting opportunity to see some of the world's leading digital arts practitioners in an intimate setting.

The exhibition runs until Saturday 14th December. Check Sugar Sounds Facebook page for opening hours. Sugar Sounds, 203A (upstairs) Carp St, Bega.

Still from Estate by French artist Yvana Samandova

The Sugarants