After living in South Delhi for eighteen years, I shifted to Dwarka in 2009. In the city, there is a constant race against time; everyone you meet is going somewhere. During the day, most of the people are already gone, the spaces empty, unchanging. Despite signs of habitation scattered all over, the people you do see are almost a part of the backdrop, solitary, and at a distance. Through this project, which is a work in progress, I am trying to explore Dwarka as a space that experiences time slower than the capital city of Delhi it is situated in.