Tim Goossens earned an MA in art history at the KULeuven and Sorbonne (Paris) and master cum laude in Museology at the Ecole du Louvre. He worked as an assistant-curator at MoMA PS1 in New York until 2010. During his tenure at the museum he collaborated -amongst many other shows- on 'Greater New York 2010', a Kenneth Anger retrospective and co-founded the Saturday Sessions performance series. As an independent curator some of Goossens projects include a group exhibition at Nara Roesler in Brazil with Joan Jonas, David Wojnarowicz and Marcos Chavez; an official side project for the Berlin Biennial, a Mary Beth Edelson solo exhibition. He also co-curated the first large scale public sound exhibition in India with work from Yoko Ono and Uri Aran. Tim Goossens is currently working as a curator at The Clocktower Gallery, one of the oldest non-profit art spaces in the US, where he has worked with Patti Smith, Antony Hegarty, Nomi Ruiz, Nancy Holt and Joan Jonas. Since 2014 he has been a professor at the Sotheby's Institute of Art.