crooked cycle

dhanvi shah

Crooked cycles is an intervention that has been injected in the sewer system to arrest and destroy blockages.The action of clearing blockages is designed to be a participatory activity that engages people in the act of sewer maintenance. A hybrid of mechanical and electrical systems, each intervention is aimed to be a fun effort involving the community, dissociating removal of blockages as the duty of a certain section of the society.

References
1. “The New Public Water.” Urban Omnibus, 10 Jan. 2019, urbanomnibus.net/2019/01/new-public-water/.

designing water infrastructure for civic expression