The cities of today talk the language of data with no virtual borders. We record and edit our present; document our history in real-time.
The project with its workshops leading to the installation would challenge us to examine our relationship with our streets and our neighbourhoods.

It will be an inception of how looking far and beyond, to seek out what is close to us, is driving us to cultural homogenization.

The cities of today talk the language of data with no virtual borders. We record and edit our present; document our history in real-time. People post messages and images at the speed of thought with their locations tagged on Twitter, Instagram, and various other social networks. The way we sense and engage our environment today is fascinating and the idea of using the new information sources to represent the 21st-century city is absolutely exciting.

I am intrigued by how different cities are reacting to this shift and how its influencing cultures.

I See my Streets/I See Karachi

is the new visual metaphor for thinking about the city, through the eyes of its young inhabitants.

Click to view I see my streets in Karachi

Bring

I see my Streets

to your City!!