Extracting from a research conducted last semester around Narayanpillai Street, the installation of a set at the metro station is a demonstration, similar to an amalgamation of a museum space and street theatre. The crucial anomaly in the study being that the museum is not a singular isolated body, but integrated into the daily, the lives of the commuter. Perceiving the commuters as constant inconsistencies to the landscape of Bangalore, this intervention looks to understand the outlet and reception of information through two mediums in a space not designated for a pause.
Aishwarya Kumar comes with a background in Science and an interest in anthropology and literature. Her outlet medium before Srishti encompassed of dancing and performance and it was her entry into Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, which created a turning point and gave a more versatile approach to the moral and creative outlook on storytelling. Having gone through a fluid array of skills from animation and image making to photography and writing for journalism, documentary and fictional practice, research in anthropology and literature always called her back.