Arinjoy Sen (Alumni)
Rituals of Resistance: Narratives of critical inhabitation
Sen's project addresses the contested inhabitation of fragile ecosystems in the Sundarbans, situated in the borderlands of Bangladesh and India
Sen proposes a self-sustained productive settlement that fosters a construction of spatial identity while elevating the significance of indigenous land stewardship. Additionally, the settlement seeks to increase the ritual narrative practices of marginalised and hybridised identities, as a means to resist erasure, through the apparatus of a travelling theatre.
Name Arinjoy Sen
Deparment The Bartlett School of Architecture
Film: Sarah Lever
Post Editing: Sarah Lever and Isaac Nanabeyin Simpson
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