As part of Sarai's "City as Studio: 2" exhibition at the Centre for the Studio of Developing Societies (CSDS), I organized a night walk to the Ridge in order to collect firewood, to be burned for warmth in the courtyard of CSDS on the wintry night of the exhibition. The experience played with ideas of how the Delhi Ridge has become increasingly policed as it has gone from serving as a common grazing ground and woodlot to a protected forest area. Traditional land uses like collecting firewood have been rendered illegal. The sign constructed for the event (seen above) was based on the ubiquitous Delhi Development Authority (DDA) signs on the Ridge (seen below).