Alice Haddad, Wouter De Raeve & Lietje BauwensPRINT THIS PAGE
Lietje Bauwens (NL, 1990) studied philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. She worked as a philosophical and cultural programmer for o.a. the G8 of Philosophy (NL) and Literature House Passa Porta (BE); she is a journalist and an editor of Mister Motley (NL).
Wouter De Raeve (BE, 1982) studied landscape architecture and is currently pursuing a master degree in Visual Arts (KASK, Ghent, Belgium). After working as a collaborator with Architecture Workroom Brussels (BE), he initiated the lecture series Etat Des Lieux and published On Tempelhofer Feld (Spektor Books, 2016).
Alice Haddad (LU/BE, 1986) studied architecture at ISACF La Cambre/ULB and Critical Studies in Art and Culture at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She has been active as a curatorial and research assistant for different institutions and organizations, among them Espace Culturel Carré Rotondes (LU), Archis Foundation/Volume Magazine (NL), and the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CA).