Conserve that drop
‘The last drop’by Brinda Miller, Vikram Bawa and Vikram Arora was a set up of a giant tap and bucket where people wait in a queue to collect limited supplies of water. Portraying the sensitive issue of water conservation, this was one of our favourites.
By the seashore
‘ON THE SEASHORE OF ENDLESS WORLDS’ by Sharmistha Ray was a painted sculpture of the crescent moon and the tides. Erected at the traffic island, the sculpture served as a metaphor for the unending ebb and flow of life.
Of forms and thoughts
‘CONTRAPUNTAL: MELODIES IN TOUCH’ by Uttara Joshi, Anjum Motiwala and Deepti Nair, at the Rampart Row was a sharp blend of singular forms and synchronous thoughts. Thought-provoking and artsy with geometric forms, this one totally won us over.
‘THE CYCLING TREE’ by the TAD Connect Team comprising Darshini Thanawala, Zohra Mutabanna, Biraj Parikh was planted to pedal the love for cycling and endorse its benefits on your health as well as the environment.
Cart of hope
‘REVERIE WAGON’ by Aswad Sheikh glorifies the haath-gaadi in an attempt to promote it as a symbol of hope, hard work and a living earned through hardship.
Semantics of touch
‘SEMANTICS OF GESTURES’ by Anushree Chatterjee from the NGO Start World was a take on touch and its many manifestations across the globe.