Arinjoy Sen is a recent graduate of the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in London. His focus ranges from the politics and aesthetics of architecture to the instrumentalisation of spatial agents in socio-cultural and political phenomena. His work and interests have an acute focus on contested landscapes, citizenship, migration, narrative and spatial justice. Drawing plays a crucial role in Arinjoy’s work, where it becomes an incubator for the exploration of narrative and space. Current research occupations include subaltern studies — towards a deconstruction of architecture’s role within the realm of postcolonial discourse.