A cultural and architectural historian, Ole Bouman works as a curator and consultant in the fields of architecture, visual culture and politics. Since 1988, he has covered these subjects in a column in the newspaper De Groene Amsterdammer (The Green Amsterdammer), and he is editor-in-chief of the magazine Archis. He also teaches architectural history at the Amsterdam Academy of Art. In addition, Bouman writes widely for various Dutch and international publications. He has published, together with Roemer Toorn, the encyclopedic manifesto, The Invisible in Architecture, an interdisciplinary study of the social circumstances of contemporary architecture. He has also published And Justice for All, a collection of essays on politics and visual culture. For Doors 6, he will lead a Day Three discussion panel on 'The Space of Flows.'
The Invisible in Architecture (with Roemer Toorn), 1994
And Justice for All, Maastricht, 1994