Project By Harkat Studio

Imagine a woman sleeping in the grass – comfortable, at leisure, not stared at – a dream. Covers of shade, a bench amidst concrete and (a semblance of) safety, sometimes make public spaces feel inclusive. They feel like yours, to take up and look at. But in a social climate where unspoken hostilities become public norms, several communities aren’t free to occupy space in the same way. Design, proportion, gender, patriarchy, caste and class are all things to look at, to measure, to discern.

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