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Visit The Museum Of Memories At Max Mueller Bhavan To Open A Dialogue On Gender

Akshaya posted on 10 January

What Is It?

As a response to violent events that unfolded on New Year’s Eve, Sandbox Collection in association with Goethe-Institut has come up with a two-day installation piece called The Museum Of Memories, literally creating a space to foster a dialogue on gender and feminism. The structure in which the museum is housed is designed by Berlin-based architect and set designer Eduardo Conceicao, and is entirely portable! Featuring films, songs and visuals, this pop-up is a part of Sandbox Collective’s Gender Bender program.

Who Is It For?

If you’re looking to see an artistic response towards gender-based inequalities, as well as a beautifully and ergonomically designed work of art, here’s your chance. If you’re an artist {or even if you aren’t}, there’s an open call for submissions if you want to have your say in the matter.

Why Should I Go For It?

This portable museum also includes an interactive segment where viewers are invited to share memories, thoughts and experiences in a safe space as a way to open up discussion about issues surrounding inequality and other gender-based issues.

When: Saturday, January 14 – Sunday, January 15

Timings: 10am-5pm

Price: Entry is free

Find the event on Facebook here.

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Goethe Institut

locationIndira Nagar