Vijay Rajkumar is currently enrolled in the Master of Architecture program at MIT. He is the recipient of the 2022 Architects Foundation/McAslan Fellowship, this year based in Florence, Italy.
Vijay's architectural practice engages in a variety of scales and temporalities, with a particular interest in material experimentation as a means to discover new aesthetic, performative, and structural possibilities in the built environment.
Parallel to his design work, as an artist, Vijay enjoys working with time-based media, generative art forms, and with light, sound and space. His work has been exhibited in solo installations and group shows in the US and internationally.
Born in Boston and raised in Singapore, Vijay is a graduate of Duke University, where he earned an M.A in Computational Media & Digital Art History, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he graduated with Honors in Computer Science in 2017.