Media

The work and activities of the Godrej India Culture Lab have drawn the attention of the media ever since our inception. Here is a selection of some of the coverage we’ve received. If you’re from the press and would like to visit our lab, attend some of our events, or would like specific images of certain events, please mail us on indiaculturelab@godrejinds.com

Vogue India

Music, dance and Mumbai's LGBTQ community

My presentation for the Godrej India Culture Lab undertakes the critical labor of unpacking these stereotypes through a discussion of how members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and Hijra communities in Mumbai are defying once-held beliefs and superstitions about queer...16 July 2013

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Hindustan Times

INK to conduct conference on innovation, creativity

If you're looking for some intellectual stimulation, make your way to the Godrej India Culture Lab in Vikhroli (East) on Friday for a first-of-its-kind popup INK talk. The INK conferences (INK stands for Innovation and Knowledge) serve as a platform for knowledge-sharing. The pop-up talk will f...3 July 2013

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Mid-Day

Tell me a story

Comic book artist Vidyun Sabhaney will talk about three such diverse forms of traditional Indian storytelling from Bengal, Karnataka and Rajasthan, and their evolution till date.27 June 2013

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DNA

Comics through the years

On Friday, as part of the Godrej India Culture Lab, Delhi-based comic book artist Vidyun Sabhaney and her collaborator Shohei Emura, a Japanese Manga artist also based in Delhi, will conduct a talk on Indian visual storytelling traditions.26 June 2013

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Mid-Day

Comic Experiences

Vidyun will address audiences at the Godrej India Culture lab where she will talk about recent developments in storytelling. 24 June 2013

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Times Crest

Saucing up the story

Sabhaney will discuss the project at a talk organised by the Godrej India Culture Lab this week, titled 'Image + Word: Recent Developments in Indian Storytelling Traditions'. She speaks to TOI-Crest about her travels, how the local art-forms have adapted to changing times and the country's grow...22 June 2013

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Hindustan Times

Can you disconnect from the digital world?

A good proportion of the urban Indian population believes that the digital dragon is well under control. Parmesh Shahani, MIT Futures of Entertainment Fellow and founder of Godrej India Culture Lab, is one of them.22 June 2013

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Time Out Mumbai

Talk on storytelling traditions

Based on a study of the three visual storytelling folk traditions: Togalu Gombeyatta, Bengali Pat painting and Rajasthani Kaavad, comic book artist Vidyun Sabhaney will talk about how each form is adapting to stay relevant in modern times.21 June 2013

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