The Sabarmati River Archive Project (Phase 2) is sponsored by the MurthyNAYAK Foundation and the National Institute of Design. There are two phases to the Sabarmati River Archive Project, the first of which was undertaken by Mr. Raj Maurya. This particular project is the second phase of the project. In the first phase, the materials for the visual archive were collected, digitized and organized from various sources. The intent of the second phase is to make sense of the collected material and present it in a way that provides a wider audience for the archive. Through this project the ideas of exhibition, curation and its peripherals, like a reading room, website design and installation design were explored to realize the intent of the project. The final outcome of the project, which is primarily an exhibition, consists of installations and a video work showcase alongside the display of curated images. This exhibition is supported by a website exploration and a reading room which comprises curated books. The project encompasses various elements of writing, reading and visual design that call for a multidisciplinary approach to the process.