In April 2009, I had a pair of roller-skates altered to look like little cars. I gave them to a group of kids in Bangalore to play with.
Moving at a greater speed than a pedestrian and a lesser speed than a car or motorcycle, the kids negotiated their own path within existing traffic patterns. More playful than functional, these journeys provided an opportunity for non-linear uses of city-space and reflected on the dramatic changes in city planning and infrastructure to accommodate the increase in private vehicles.
You are probably wondering why one car is so much bigger than the other. I originally wanted to make several cars so multiple people could skate at once, and I was going to model them to scale after specific Indian cars! I ran out of time though, so we ended up with just two.