‘My house is ill’ is an immersive exhibit that imagines how our homes could evolve in response to poor air. Housed within an apartment in the urban village of Khirki, the exhibit invites visitors to experience how air pollution deceptively occupies our indoor spaces and how we might ‘see’ air in new ways. The project is a result of a series of experiments conducted at the intersection of air and space, intended as prompts around our motivations and ability to adapt to the crisis.
2022, Site-specific immersive exhibit
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