Arundhati Hakhu

Since the beginning of time, the seepage of water in household settings has been seen as a ‘problem’ that at any given point of time ‘needs to be fixed’. Any discourse around seepage has thus had its focus on reducing its impact on our lives, if not on eliminating it altogether. Creepin’ thus explores the idea of looking at both, the seeping water and the people occupying the affected homes as equal habitants of the given space, and plays with the idea of seeing the effects of seepage as opportunities, making seepage ‘issues’ extremely desirable.