Changing dynamics of human relationships at the societal, community, neighbourhood and at the personal level with the evolving ideas and current scenarios of human shelter.
An analogical point of view of hidden identities that play a pivotal role in shaping the essence of a city through their regularly occurring presence.
Abstract adaptation of the popular television serial, attempting to discover the INDIA that we inhabit post-independence- through a series of landmark events and recurring occurrences.
Rhythms and motion of the day to day urban commute expressed through modes of transport, personal nuances, collective experiences and interaction with the varied infrastructure.
Waiwai, a starry-eyed child with a naïve power to reimagine the spaces around him. Travel to relive spaces that you see but fail to observe.
Anthropocentric actions and reactions towards natural holdings. Of need, ownership, of taking for granted and the desperation to control resources made available for basic survival.
Environment - a natural phenomenon, a growing challenge or a problem to be solved? An engagement with anthropocentric attitudes towards the ever-changing developing world towards nature.
From labourers to employees, unions to mergers, and jobs to professionals. The morphing dynamics of the working sector consuming the behavioural and the living patterns.
Prevailing societal positions, human ideologies and public beliefs narrated in a folklore manner to emphasize its relevance even within current evolving trends of human relationships.