One of the Kathmandu’s greatest idiosyncrasies is the ‘dusk-til-dawn’ transition of social behaviour in a city that has little to offer by way of late-night entertainment. We began looking at locations around city that see a high volume of traffic by day, yet become seemingly deserted after dark. We walked the streets over a period of 10 nights, listening, observing and documenting the social engagements of people in their urban surroundings. For the production of our video piece, we sequenced the images together using aural and visual transitions - recorded and filmed in separate, unrelated locations, as a means of constructing our own narrative within the non-fiction setting. Using this method, we aim to re-create the kind of peculiar, undefinable atmosphere that was felt while making the project. Finally, we projected our work upon a 30-foot wall in the streets of Patan. Placing the scenes back into the environment in which they came was central in our attempt to construct a hyper-real experience for the audience.