By Poorna Swami
Three artists explore the changing relationship among the individual, the city and the home
TO WANDER THE city has become an illicit trade. We are advised to step out only for essential activities, perhaps for a quick bout of daily exercise—but no dawdling! To walk with no other purpose than to look upon the passing hours of the city has become for many a constant hankering. The unevenness of pavements, the stench of the fish market, conversations overheard at cafes without permission—these days, what we experience of city life and how we experience it have altogether changed.
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