Taliesin Forum Lecture Series, part 3
Sarosh Anklesaria is an architect and educator based in the US and India. He is the Fall Visiting Teaching Fellow at The School of Architecture at Taliesin. He is also the recipient of the 2019 Richard Rogers fellowship from Harvard University and the Art Omi residency. In addition to teaching at SoAT, Anklesaria has taught architecture at Cornell University, The Pratt Institute and Syracuse University. His work investigates questions of architectural agency. Current design research projects include an itinerant pavilion as an agent provocateur connecting the three built museums of Le Corbusier; as well as an ongoing investigation into the socio-temporal agency of markets and food systems in an age of climate crisis.
Anklesaria has worked as a senior architect on The Shed at Hudson Yards with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York City; on the Kolkata Museum of Modern Art with Herzog and de Meuron, Basel and the office of Balkrishna Doshi in Ahmedabad, India. His writing, design projects and research have been published in a variety of media including The Architectural Review, Domus, Architect’s Newspaper and Design Today.
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