Pooja Iranna’s works stems out of her experiences as an urban dweller, who was born and brought in the heart of Delhi and have witnessed the changing landscape of the city first hand. Her artworks have been a glaring comment on the ever expanding urbanism throughout the globe. The identical skylines covering the view upwards, regimmenting the citiscape with impenetrable homogeneity risking the environmental and the social fabric at large. The work criticizes the human effort to constantly construct , deconstruct and reconstruct endlessly, in the name of development. When there are commercial and political intentions at play, construction in the name of development will take place, even the basic question of the need for such development will grossly be ignored. In the entire process of urbanism the very fabric of history, memory, identity of places and its attachment with its inhabitants are obliviated and only imitative structures are created building a city of cloned structure. The industrially made staple pins found in her work embody the aspect of rigid, uniformity that is often located in the concrete jungle of a city.