Indrani Baruah is an architect, artist and cultural researcher, who works at the intersection of architecture, visual arts and cultural studies. She lives and works between the US and India. She completed her formal training in architecture from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi and later from School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon. She further went on to doing the U.C.Berkeley Programs in Art, ASUC Art Studios, and Painting and Art History from Merritt College, Oakland, California. Her recent participation in architecture and art exhibitions include OpenART Public Art Biennale, Sweden (2017 Finalist); Vadehra Art Gallery (VAG) (2016), New Delhi; Berkeley Arts Center, California (2010); Gensler, San Francisco, California (2010); City of Emeryville (2011); Venice Biennale of Architecture, 2012 : 13th Annual International Architectural Exhibition: ‘Common Ground’; INSERT 2014, IGNCA, New Delhi, exhibition curated by Raqs Media Collective titled ‘New Models on Common Ground: Re-imagining the Question of Cultural Infrastructure’. She has been a recent speaker at the TEDx India series. Indrani received the Extending Arts Practice Grant from India Foundation for the Arts in 2012 and the Public Art Grant from Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art in 2013. Indrani has presented her work at Mohile Parikh Center, Mumbai; Stanford University, California; Institute for South Asia Studies (ISAS), University of California, Berkeley; University of San Francisco; Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society University of California, Berkeley; Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) Seminar, New Delhi titled ‘Public Art: Artists and their Practice’. She has received fellowships from the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon. Her work has been published in IASTE, University of California, Berkeley; Society of Architectural Historians and Art and Deal.