Grey Space is an archival project about the boundaries and curatorial possibilities within found photographs and material memory in India. The photographs used here were mostly found in family albums, personal archives and in corners of thrift stores in various Indian cities and are juxtaposed with photographs made during the process of researching. The project is being planned to be made into a physical book that includes the deconstruction of photographs into visual narratives which explores the questions like: “How many possibilities exist in photographs that are never found? How many photographs exist within one photograph? Can we alter the meaning of photographs by merely placing them in a unique sequence? Can archival photographs become an object of contemporary discourse? Can we change the paths of forever lost and forgotten photographs that once held great emotional values?