If you enjoy perusing the Internet, you’ve probably come across 9GAG. As a result, its audience has been entertained by memes and other content that is, to say the least, hilarious. In Hong Kong, the company has opened the world’s first Meme Museum. A visit to the Meme Museum is exciting because memes have become an important part of modern communication.
K11 Art Mall Museum is a celebration of some of the funniest videos and images that have been shared on the internet over the years. Visitors can learn about the history of memes, as well as celebrate the best of internet culture in the real world, at this exhibit. The best part about visiting this museum is that there is no entrance fee.
There are seven thematic zones in the Meme Museum, which includes more than 100 memes that visitors can interact with. Similarly, Sarim Akhtar, the disgruntled Pakistani fan who has been the subject of memes since 2019, has also found a place in the museum in question. Even his sister, who saw the video, tweeted about it.
On K11’s Art Mall’s website, the exhibit’s profile states that the works are “more than just jokes” and represent how we celebrate and ridicule current events, as well as how we view ourselves collectively.” This is internet culture, and they’re making the most of it so that people can see and hear some of the funniest jokes of our time up close and personal, according to the article.
Apparently, K11 Art Mall teamed up with 9GAG to develop the world’s first Meme Museum, which is a limited-time experience that allows you to see memes in 3D figures, visuals, and even aroma.