Short film exhibited as part of 'Dabbawalas of Mumbai' with Rahul Mehrotra, Michael Jen, and Rajesh Vora for this exhibition on informality. Presented as part of "Five Technology Commons: Moving" at the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, curated Youngseok Lee and Jeffrey S. Anderson.
From the Seoul Biennale: "Moving is much more than an instrumental process of reaching a certain destination, potentially the most socially interactive of the commons. Hence, the walking city is the healthy city. It is an energy-intensive activity, accounting for a large percentage of overall carbon emissions. Electromobility, sharing schemes for unipersonal or logistic vehicles, devices with cognitive and learning capacities are now spreading worldwide, anticipating decentralized urban transport infrastructures with a minimal carbon footprint, new forms of social and spatial organizations, and new kinds of productive functions within the city."
Nine Commons: Filmic Introductions exhibition site. Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, Seoul, KOR 2 September – 5 November 2017