A Place In Punjab – 5 storey-high “walk-through mural experience” that takes the visitor through sights and insights of Punjabi life at the Virasat-e-Khalsa in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab. Sen conceived this mural project and worked with 13 collaborators to execute it. It opened in November 2011. The multimedia museum Virasat-e-Khalsa in which Sen’s mural creation is located was designed by renowned Boston-based architect Moshe Safdie.
Mapping Mapusa Market As the Mario Miranda Chair visiting professor at Goa University, Sen initiated Mapping Mapusa Market. It brings together “artists, designers, writers, teachers, students and interested members of the public to explore and document the complex life of the Mapusa Market in Goa from a variety of perspectives- illustrations, photographs, videos and interviews. The project looked at how a historical market evolved and how it is coping with the challenges of globalisation, consumerism and supermarket and mall culture”. 2013 – 2016.
Imposters a solo show of screen printed posters at Galleryske, Bengaluru, India 2014
First Hand. Graphic Nonfiction from India An anthology of contemporary non-fiction comics curated and co-edited by Sen. 2016
The Fabric of India A display of Sen’s iconic handprinted Tee-shirt design for People Tree ‘The Disappearing Tiger’ was featured at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 2016.
GoPlayces a three-part, comics, maps and interactive games based installation at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kerala 2016, at the Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa 2017 and at the Kalakriti Arts Festival, Hyderabad 2018
Mangasia: Wonderlands of Asian Comics Sen’s landmark ‘River of Stories’ is a featured exhibit at the Barbican Centre’s exhibition curated by Paul Gravett, currently touring in Italy. 2017-18
Lakes International Comics Arts Festival 2018 released the Anthology ‘Traces of the Great War’ in French and English which featured the Orijit’s story ‘Ship of Liberty’.
Fumetto Comics Festival Lucerne, 2019 featured a selection of Orijit’s comics works as part of the Exhibition ‘Mytholitics’.