Ayesha S Ghosh (she/her) joins the School of Architecture as a part-time instructor in Spring 2022 where she teaches a second-year architecture studio.
She is the project manager for Investigations and Strategic Projects at Tatiana Bilbao Estudio. Prior to joining TBE, Ayesha gained work experience in New York City and collaborated on half a dozen international research and exhibition projects in the US, Turkey and Korea. Within the studio, she has led the research and development of exhibitions in the Louisiana Museum, Graham Foundation and SFMOMA in addition to others. She was a co-editor of the book Two Sides of the Border, and co-author of texts published in AA files, E Flux and more. Her projects focus on experimental housing, anti-discriminatory design and border issues. She leads the internal investigation projects and focuses on the publication and academic pursuits of the office. She has taught at Columbia GSAAP, UC Berkeley CED and University of Milwaukee SARUP.
Her research is focused on incorporating social issues in architecture, methods of archiving, and spaces of subculture. She is a founding member of Archivo Auxiliar, a collective studying electronic music in Mexico City. Archivo Auxiliar recently won the For the Record Fellowship with the Het Nieuwe Instituut and were invited to participate in the Rewire Festival 2021.
Ayesha graduated with a bachelors in Anthropology from UC Berkeley and a masters of Architecture from Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.