Sarosh Anklesaria is a critic at the Yale School of Architecture. He runs an independent design and, research practice in architecture. He has worked as an architect with Diller Scofidio + Renfro NYC, Herzog & de Meuron- Basel, and B.V. Doshi- Ahmedabad. He has taught architecture at The School of Architecture at Taliesin (SOAT), Cornell University, The Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, and CEPT. Sarosh is interested in an expansive notion of architectural agency, one that synthesizes architecture's formal and tectonic capacities with questions of socio-ecological pertinence. His current design research projects consider agencies across various scales and geographies with ongoing investigations into the homologies between synanthropic, ecology, markets, urban informality and food.