We live in a complex ecology of
"wetness" that has been reduced down to the "ontological violence"
called a "river", argues Dilip Da Cunha in today's conversation,
based on his new book The Invention of Rivers: Alexander's
Eye and Ganga's Descent (University of Pennsylvania
Press, 2019). An architect and planner, Dilip is a Lecturer in
Urban Design and Planning at Harvard GSD. He is partner with
Anuradha Mathur in the practice Mathur/Da Cunha.