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Love @ Swipe Right

Indu Harikumar's illustrations of stories of Tinder dates explore the nuances of relationships in the age of the internet.

Indu Harikumar's apartment on the outskirts of Mumbai was the 19th house in the city to get an internet connection in 1995. She has used the web to engage with people ever since. So it was natural that she took Currently, her illustrations of stories of Indians on Tinder, titled '100 Indian Tinder Tales (100ITT)' is on display in Germany's Kunsthalle Bremen art museum.

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