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Exploring present and future cases of immersive storytelling and new media, EyeMyth brings together pioneering artists, performers and experts at the forefront of these fields. 

EyeMyth’s 2017 edition, Future As Fiction, traversed multiple locations in Mumbai to create, discover and engage with new elements in the digital space. The festival featured an array of exhibitions, workshops and performances that explored various forms of expression through new media.

 
 

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READINGS ON DIGITAL FUTURES

An EyeMyth publication that explores the potential, the opportunities
and limitations of the digital revolution for the pluralistic, contradictory context of India.


EyeMyth 2017 Schedule

 
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Workshop Programming

 
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Mentors and Artists

Nick Dwyer

Soichi Terada

Christopher W. Bailey

Crossover Labs

Avinash Kumar

Invisible Flock

Spryk

thebigfatminimalist

Street Art Festival

Memesys Culture Lab

FILM

Design Fabric



 

Eyemyth over the years

EyeMyth was created in the Indian digital sub-culture scene in 2011, where it started as a celebration of ‘Visual Music’ at the UnBox Festival in Delhi. Today, it is a media arts festival, unique in its juxtaposition of Indian and global artists and progressive media. 

The last edition of EyeMyth saw a host of performances, installations and screenings under the theme of 'Medium as Somatic Impulse'. In partnership with the Japan Media Arts Festival, it investigated definitions of new media at both a national and global level.

 
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Unbox Festival

Established in 2011, UnBox celebrates interdisciplinary collaborations. With the festival being the central manifest for inspiration, dialogue and hands-on action, it brings together creative, academic, and development professionals keen on pushing the boundaries of their practice.