Urban areas are spaces of constant motion, where interactions are often guided by the possibility of individual gain in a consumption-driven culture. People move from one point to another, and then to another. Objects change hands, and at times the nature of the objects themselves changes too. It is these encounters, interactions, and exchanges that are of interest in Supply & Demand. In Collin Sekajugo’s paintings and found-object sculptures, and Joel Lukhovi’s photographs there’s an exploration of the way we move in and through the urban space; working, building, adapting, living.