A native of Belgium, Rosalie Kim studied architecture and philosophy at Belgium’s UCL and the University of Turin in Italy. She has worked at architectural offices in Seoul, Brussels, Antwerp, and Paris. In addition, she has lectured on architecture at Kingston University in Britain and earned master’s and doctoral degrees from The Bartlett at University College London. Her thesis The Hyphenation of the Void was nominated for the 2012 ‘RIBA President’s Awards for Outstanding PhD Research’. Since November 2012, she has worked as the Samsung Curator of Korean Art at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London..