CANOPY on NDTV MetroNation

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A profile of CANOPY/PetPuja installed at the 48c festival on NDTV Metronation. Link to youtube if you have player problems:

CitySpinning in the “Daily News and Analysis (DNA)”

Malvika Tegta has profiled CitySpinning and its projects in the DNA, Bangalore today. Read the full story here: PDF copy of the story.

CANOPY@JamaMasjid: some pictures

Some pictures of CANOPY at Jama Masjid. At Jama Masjid, we had daily workshops for children from 12 noon to 2:00 p.m. The workshop was led by Azam and Sonu from Jamghat. The first day of the workshop was an introduction to vegetables and growing them and taking care of them, the second day we […]

CANOPY in “The Deccan Herald”

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About the “PetPuja” installation at the 48c public art festival in Delhi.

SenseStation demo postponed

My laptop and one of the SenseStations went missing last week, so the demo of the project that I was hoping to open during 48c is now postponed. The project is also going through a lot of change in terms of its framing and implementation after recent conversations/discussions with Ashok Sukumaran and Sophea Lerner. Will […]

CANOPY@ChandniChowk: some pictures

CANOPY is installed at Chandni Chowk and Jama Masjid as part of 48C, a public art festival in Delhi. The plants growing in the baskets are – tomato, eggplant, cabbage, chillies, lemongrass, adulsa and tulsi. I will be posting some conversations/stories which happened around the installation sites. For now some pictures (I’ll add descriptions for […]

The second prototype for CANOPY@ChandniChowk

Across the last few days, I made a second prototype of the CANOPY@ChandniChowk with the help of Ajay Mayekar, Dhaval Shellugar and Rutwik Sath, who are architects from Kamala Raheja Vidyanidhi, the school of architecture in Mumbai. Vaibhav Kaley, Vir Singh and Gaurav gave very valuable inputs for the design of the second prototype. How […]

MausamChowk is now SenseStation: have a look

The local weather station project opening soon in New Delhi is now called SenseStation. Here is what the working prototype looks like: The casing and the Arduino shield design was done with the help of Spruha Electronics, a company in Nagpur (it was started by my father-in-law). I will be releasing details about the station, […]