The City of Bangalore has been transforming from a exceptionally green city – famous for its parks and blooming alleys – into a polluted megacity within a very short frame of time. During a two-month stay in the city, Saskia Groneberg explored the trivial traces of this dramatic transformation. She photographed common spaces, negligibilities and the smallest details of the urban essence of the city; meditating on questions of 'modern' development and city planning.
24 photographs, pigment prints, 60 × 90 cm (Ed. of 5)
2 video loops, 2mins and 6mins
Artist booklet, soft cover, 23,5 × 33 cm