As an exhibition, our collaboration features works by 13 Indian artists — who through their own unique lens — view, assess and express the unfolding global pandemic and its impression on the collective cultural psyche.
“The Internet can connect and divide, emancipate and polarise, causing both good and irreversible bad. It is contradictory, exponentially growing, cross-cultural and cross-local, an inexhaustible source of inspiration and platform that must always be considered critically. In the form of an annual art and design event, INDERNET explores the parallels and interaction between digital and Indian inspired culture.”
INDERNET’s selection of participants is an interdisciplinary mix of artists, designers and media makers from the fields of graphics, web, photography, film, performing arts and literature from across the globe.
Anima Jhagroe-Ruissen (NL), Asavari Kumar (US), Asuf Ishaq (UK), Costanza Coletti (IT), Fazle Shairmahomed (NL), Hindol Deb (DE), Homegrown (IN), José Díaz de León (DE), Kevita Junior (NL), Kulture Shop (IN), Manik Chander (DE), Marlene Millar (CA), Marlon Penn (NL), Mitali Solanki (IN), Mithu Sanyal (DE), Nausheen Javed (IN), Nazrina Rodjan (NL), Philip Szporer (CA), Prasanna Oommen (DE), Pravini Baboeram (NL), Rhea Gupte (IN), Ritu Arya (IN), Rubaina Bhikhie (NL), Sajid Wajid Shaikh (NL), Shantala Shivalingappa (FR), Shiladitya Bora (IN), Shrii (IN), Sinthujan Varatharajah (DE), Tanja Busking (NL), Taskien Khudabux (NL), Todh Teri (DE), Ujjwal Agarwal (IN), Varun Desai (IN), Vineetha Panalickal (DE), Zuleika Sheik (NL)
Kulture Shop collaborates with INDERNET 2021 to chronicle the impact of COVID at the intersection of Art, the Internet and Indian culture.
As an exhibition, it features works by 13 Indian artists — who through their own unique lens — view, assess and express the unfolding global pandemic and its impression on the collective cultural psyche.
INDERNET 2021, in collaboration with Kulture Shop, serves to foster a cultural exchange. Our curated stories draw attention to the power of art to raise awareness, bring communities together and make a difference.
Our artists tread with sensitivity in their assessment and expression of the pandemic’s heavy impression on the collective cultural psyche,
Aniya Varghese, Kunal Anand, Mayur Mengle, Muhammed Sajid, Nakul Talgeri, Namrata Vansadia, Nayna Yadav, Prince Lunawara, Ranganath Krishnamani, Ravi Arora, Reshidev RK, Shantanu Suman, Varshini Ramakrishnan