3×4 contributed to our social imaginary by providing a platform to see informal settlements differently, disrupting common perceptions through artistic performance. By connecting public audiences in Delhi and London, it opened opportunities for citizens to participate in their city and practice new ways of seeing.
|India Habitat Centre Visual Arts Journal
|Published - 20 Nov 2017
Bibliographical noteFor the Themed edition of the India Habitat Centre Visual Arts Journal 13, New Delhi edited by Alka Pande and Dilpreet Bhullar
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- School of Art and Media - Professor of Visual Communication
- Centre for Arts and Wellbeing
- Cities, Injustice and Resistance Research and Enterprise Group