Juul Van Haver is originally from Belgium and is currently a Master’s student at the Institute of Fine Arts with a focus on modern and contemporary art. He is interested in critical theory, aesthetics, curatorial practice and experimental film and video with a special passion for the emergence of new media in the 50s and 60s. Juul previously studied Art History, Musicology and Theatre Studies at Ghent University from which he received a MA degree in 2021. In the past, he has worked at the Vandenhove Center for Architecture and Art (Ghent) and was a co-curator for “Impressions: From the Graphic Collection of the Frans Masereel Center”. He received a Belgian American Educational Foundation (BAEF) Fellowship to further explore his interests in curating and research in New York.