Sony Devabhaktuni teaches design in the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. His research focuses on urban infrastructures and collaborative processes in architecture. He is particularly concerned with how economic and political intensities overlap with imaginations of space. His essay “Speculation’s Spatial Terms: Imminence and Inevitability in Amaravati” appeared in a special issue of Architectural Theory Review on the financialization of space. His writing has also been published in Public Culture, PLATFORM, MayRevue, Global Performance Studies, and AA Files. He is the author of the forthcoming Curb-scale Hong Kong: Infrastructures of the Street (AR&D Publishers).