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Godrej India Culture Lab
The revolution will have a forward limit of 5 people at a time only.
Memes: Censorship and Control
“…memes serve diverse purposes and ideologies, navigating between the possibilities of subversion and impossibilities of censorship.” Kshiti S.V. writes about the machinations of silencing that unfold in the memeverse.
IG Live on class, power and comedy with Deepika Mhatre
Laxmi Krishnan talked to Deepika Mhatre about how she has forced audiences to confront their own complicity in an unequal system, particularly in the face of classist memes.
Podcast on Political Memeings: A chat on inclusions, exclusions and resistance
Come along as Krishanu and our host, FP2 a.k.a. Aditya, decode the politics of meme making and meaning making in contemporary digital India.
Mornings, memes and morality: what do normal netizens do when countries burn?
If there’s one thing the world knows about the encrypted Whatsapp life of Indians (besides the misinformation, hate speech and lynchings), it is the love people here feel for our daily good morning forwards. Prateek writes about how @sodonechilling is subverting them.