EyeMyth Media Arts Festival 2019
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EyeMyth Media Arts Festival – a festival for new media art explorations is back in Mumbai from November 29-December 1, 2019 with 3 days and nights of delicious storytelling. This
EyeMyth Media Arts Festival – a festival for new media art explorations is back in Mumbai from November 29-December 1, 2019 with 3 days and nights of delicious storytelling. This year’s festival brings alive the exciting forays into the future of immersive storytelling and new media expressions. We’re coming together to imagine Indian media of the future and explore an exciting new world of unusual tools and ideas from India, South Asia & beyond!
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The festival will feature a massive mixer of un-serious conferences, EyeMyth incubator labs, new media art installations, virtual reality screenings, hyperclasses and EyeMyth afterparties. Join us as we bring together artists and mentors to explore the new wave of art, technology and media expressions, and its convergence in the Indian context.
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EyeMyth was created in the Indian digital subculture scene in 2011; originating as a celebration of visual music at the UnBox Festival in New Delhi. Today, it is a media arts festival produced by UnBox, unique in its juxtaposition of Indian and global artists with a focus on progressive media. EyeMyth brings together performers, experts and explorers at the forefront of creative technological fields.
Past editions have showcased diversity in approaches and techniques from established and emerging artists from around the world, and in collaboration with renowned festival platforms and institutions such as Japan Media Arts Festival, Red Bull Music Academy and Gizmodo India to consistently bring fresh insights into the world of technology and art. It has also held defining collaborations with British Council, Goethe Institut and Indian School Of Design and Innovation through its previous editions.
November 29 (Friday) 10:00 am - December 1 (Sunday) 1:00 am