‘Cinema for the Blind’ interrogates the overdependence of architecture on the capital driven image that architecture generates, while exploring the irony-ridden aspatiality of blindness. The ‘Cinema’ became a lens to represent the city as a complex construct and producer of images. On the other hand, the ‘Blind’ was mobilised as a metaphor to question the spectacle spatially as well as theoretically. Thus, the thesis problematizes the hollow preference of image over experience, and in the process proposes a new recreational space for the blind in the city.
Title: Cinema for the Blind
Type: Freehand sketch
Medium: Ink on Newsprint paper, crayon
Original Size: A1
Author: Anuj Daga
More details here: https://cargocollective.com/anujdaga/Young-Thinker