Indernet 2019 –
Contemporary Indian Inspired Culture
Kunsthaus Rhenania, Cologne
28 June – 4 July 2019
In its Indernet exhibition the German-Indian Society Cologne/Bonn presents the Internet as an openly accessible space that offers a forum for political interaction that can connect and divide, emancipate and polarise, and whose boundaries are impossible to define.
As part of the 11th Cologne India Week, which starts on 22 June 2019, the Indernet exhibition will throw open its doors from 28 June to 4 July to fans of the subcontinent and those interested in design.
On show are interdisciplinary works by Indian and Indian-inspired artists and designers who respond to the interaction between digital and Indian culture. All representatives see the internet as an instrument and platform for discourse at the interface between inflation and innovation, commercialisation and self-realisation, technology and spirituality, nationality and identity.
In addition to numerous workshops and presentations, the Dreigang Supper Club will take place on Thursday, 4 July, serving Indian-inspired dishes as the culinary highlight of the exhibition. This is the only item on the programme for which prior registration is required, at a cost of 65 euros per person. Participation in workshops is on a donation basis and admission to all other events and the exhibition is free.