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. Here, it is important to balance on the increasingly narrow level between inflation and innovation, commercialisation and self-realisation, technology and spirituality, nationality and identity.
We present artworks by creatives from all over the world, who use the Internet as both an instrument and a stage. The selection of participants is an interdisciplinary mix of artists, designers and media makers.
INDERNET empowers underrepresented creatives at the intersection of art, culture and technology.