Wim Goossens

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Wim Goossens trained as an architect at Sint-Lucas (Brussels, 2000) and graduated on the theme of multisensorial perception of space. He worked in collaboration with ARSIS, Space Syntax Brussels and VBMarchitecten before founding his own office, lava architecten. For ten years he has taught at the Faculty of Architecture at the LUCA school of Arts (KU Leuven). Together with Arnaud Hendrickx and Nel Janssens, he runs a studio in the Master of Architecture, exploring the fundamentals of the discipline and the potential of curating for knowledge production. As a researcher he is member in the RadMat Research Group. Together with Arnaud Hendrickx, he is involved in an OPAK funded project that focuses on the spatial affect in architecture and he is currently setting up a PhD on the same topic. Within the framework of his research, he is co-author of several installations that have been shown in the Museum M (Louvain), M HKA (Antwerp), Ithaka festival (Louvain) and Horstfestival (Holsbeek).