Guillermo S.Arsuaga is an architect anda PhD candidate at Princeton University’s School of Architecture. He currentlyserves as the Mellon-Marron Fellow at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Hegraduated from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid before receiving an MA inHistory and Theory from the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm and a second Masterof Arts from Princeton University. His research explores the intersections of architecture,politics, borders, island territories, and internal colonization processesduring the late Franco regime in Spain and its African colonies. Guillermo’s researchhas been published in journals such as e-flux Architecture andDrawing Matter, exhibited at the 2016 Venice Biennale and the Skopje Museumof Contemporary Art, and supported by the Swedish Committee for ContemporaryArt, the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, and thePrinceton Center for Digital Humanities.