Ella den Elzen is an architectural designer and researcher. Working with modes of representation such as drawing and model making, she is interested in exploring the role of architecture in relation to justice. Her research examines questions around spaces of incarceration, borders, and settler-colonial infrastructures. She currently works as a curatorial assistant at the Canadian Centre for Architecture on exhibition projects. Previously, she worked at architectural and urban design practices based in Toronto and New York City on projects at a range of scales.