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Taufan ter Weel (NL) – architect, artist and researcher with an inter-disciplinary approach at the intersection of sonic practice, architecture and socio-spatial research. He is guest teacher (2015-present) and researcher (since 2019) at the Theory chair of TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture, where he also received his master degree in architecture with honourable mention in 2009. His PhD research is carried out in the Villard d’Honnecourt international doctorate programme in architecture. Furthermore, he has worked as part-time instructor (2009-2012) and guest teacher (2013-2014) at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (Built Environment department), where he earlier received his bachelor degree in 2006. He was a research member of Cohabitation Strategies in Rotterdam (2009-2010) as well as artistic leader (2010-2012) and co-leader (2013-2014) of Blikopener Festival & Productions in Delft. He performs live electronic music since 2001 and followed the Institute of Sonology’s one-year course program (2011-2012) at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague.