India Tomorrow

Over 50% of the Indian population is aged less than 25 years. This explains why europalia.india wanted to dedicate a considerable part of its programme to young people who play an active role in building the India of tomorrow. This is certainly the case for a new generation of artists who have emerged since the 1990s and who focus on major changes taking place in India, such as the liberalisation of the economy, urbanisation and globalisation. Often embedded in the urban context, but also in rural or remote environments, these artists and multidisciplinary artist collectives are seeking new artistic experiences.

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