The Godrej pop-up museum is also an attempt to create a collaborative platform for artist and the public in central Mumbai, where there are few art and cultural spaces, Shahani added.
On offer are an arts museum that will display video art, graffiti and typography works and murals, photographs and sculptures by artists such as Meera Devidayal, Vaibhav Raj Shah and Dheeraj Kaku.
Members of artist collective Visual Disobedience will also paint live on the windows and wall of the warehouse.
Sanjana Kapoor’s theatre group Junoon will perform mono-acts and group acts. There will also be a dance performance by Amrita Bagchi, a concert by artist Geetu Hinduja and her fusion band, Brown Folk, film screenings and talks.
Also on display will be racing cars and robots built by students of KJ Somaiya College.
“What is amazing is that the space that will be buzzing with activity on one day and will cease to exist the next,” said Shahani. “Like a little bit of magic in the city.”