This seminar explores the shadow history of Tokyo's rise as the largest and the wealthiest agglomeration in the world.
The two ostensibly different cities have so much in common when you look beneath the surface.
A series of collages juxtapose Dharavi's landscape with other international scenarios to question if Dharavi's context is actually omnipresent.
What began as a regular jostling and tugging of the idea in a brainstorm soon took off as an imaginative exercise that encouraged creative and personal readings of the concept and the making of its visual expressions.
Merging streetscapes and architectures from Mumbai, Perugia and beyond