This book presents an overview of the varied activities of Olivier Goethals (1980). Educated as an architect, Goethals embarked on an odyssey to explore the distinctions between art and architecture. His activities involve constructing buildings, reorganizing interiors, making cupboards, staging exhibitions, drawing pictures, writing poems, sculpting objects, producing paintings, designing scenographies, developing concepts, organizing collaborations, connecting spaces, starting conversations, giving lectures, teaching students, implementing designs, devising constructions, programming gifs, filling notebooks, putting up walls, and mounting installations.
With an introduction by Christophe Van Gerrewey, and a Q&A with Olivier Goethals and Bernardo Kastrup.
Editing and Design: Ine Meganck & Valentijn Goethals, with Judith Eckhardt.
Publisher: ROMA Publications, Amsterdam
Printing: die Keure, Brugge
Made possible with the support from the Flemish community & Kunsthal Gent.
Some spread + extended Q&A with Olivier Goethals and Bernardo Kastrup below.