This project invited engagement of people through making and facilitating at a public place. In this case, the walkway was energized by people gathered to witness the making, observing, asking questions, getting involved in cutting fabric, stitching, and weaving. The process encouraged dialogue between makers and occasional participants while making acted as a catalyst for bringing people together in place-making which enhanced the potential for arts in a public place.

The project collaborated with placeARTS Youth Collective, where youth learned techniques of tapestry making beforehand. Once equipped with techniques, the tapestry making took place at M.G. road metro station in Bengaluru, India. 


nylon ropes, scrap fabric collected from tailors. 

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