The vision for the future of PrayogIllu is a network of remote, representational, movable spaces in different locations around the world offering a window-like experience into and out of the actual PrayogIllu in India. This network will facilitate exchanges between disparate local cultures to build a culturally diverse and socially engaged, world-wide PrayogIllu community. These are the ways this project builds a strong global community. Therefore, Prayogillu offers various kinds of dialogues and conversations, in-person and virtually to build a vast community of social engagement and cultural context.
There are two types of Remote PrayogIllus. Firstly, Remote PrayogIllu: initiated in any historical places, abandoned houses, public schools, or community building to transform the place into Prayogllu as a means to connect the local community with the community in Vellulla. This way historical or abandoned places will again flourish and social engagement and community building will happen. Remote PrayogIllu will connect with the actual PrayogIllu in India for rural and global cultures and connection. Secondly, a movable house (approximately 10 x 10 feet or 10 x 20 feet) will be installed in museums, galleries, or public spaces. Remote PrayogIllu will invite experts from the local community to this temporary house to conduct virtual lectures that will connect remotely with the actual PrayogIllu in India, as well as remote PrayogIllus across the globe simultaneously.
There is a triangular cultural dialogue between the actual space of Prayogillu and two other temporary spaces Remote PrayogIllu and Movable House. The Remote PrayogIllu has similar kind of furniture as Prayogillu and includes tables, benches, chairs, bookshelves, TV, etc. Viewers who are in temporary space get the immersive experience of the representational space. Viewers get an opportunity to engage with the temporary Prayogillu by reading books and observing the actual Prayogillu room through an internet-connected television.