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Kāṇike is a community art space and studio cofounded by Indu Antony and Vivek Muthuramalingam with Krishanu Chatterjee joining in.

Kāṇike as a space has multiple values.

A space to exercise our creative needs

A space to build a community of minds

A safe space to coexist

A space to indulge in conversations

A space to build on new directions of learning

A space to share new learnings

A space to read

A space to respond

A space, which over the course of time, will have its own meaning


Kāṇike translates as gift in Kannada. Kanike as a space is intended for the practice of contemporary art with an intention to foster creativity and shape new directions in learning. It is also a space for artists from various disciplines to share, respond and collaborate in an unrestrained environment. Kāṇike aims to build a community of similar minds, and be a sanctuary for exchanges and conversations. Indu Antony has curated and conducted multiple projects and events in the space from zine festival to solo projects of upcoming artists.


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