Who’s the Voyeur?

Metro rides, NDTC Buses, Indian Railways feel like boxed compartments of voyeurism. We live in apartments that seem like glass buildings, and get equipped with technology that requires us to “look” at screens constantly. The idea of voyeurism that was previously linked to the photographer, can now be sensed within everyone as we develop more and more tendencies of looking to the other side.
These pictures borrow from the above mentioned abstract.

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