Pritika Lal is an interdisciplinary author whose method of exploration across all media uses sketching to focus on process. Pritika holds a Master of Creative Technologies 2013, Spatial Design Honours 2011 and a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Elam School of Fine Arts.
- "Losing the connector paths from one building to another after decades out of the city."
- "Or maybe you’re out but you left your umbrella behind."
- "The sometimes jarring overlaps of academic language and actual life as lived / the geography were all feeling pretty relevant but it was nice to feel like thoughts could be what walking was for."
- "As a very little kid, I would be bundled into the back of the car when mum drove into town to pick my dad up from work."
- "When i go in that room, you are there."
- "I still find empty offices after hours exciting sites of potential, which they are."
- "Like you said, the references to an end of an era / the sometimes jarring overlaps of academic language and actual life as lived / the geography were all feeling pretty relevant."
- "Losing the connector paths from one building to another after decades out of Berlin, the translator left it out because she thought it was boring to go on and on about buildings and streets, later on someone else was all like ‘this is a forgotten masterpiece of retrospective flânerie’."