During a short period of three years, immediately after graduating from Sint-Lukas University College of Art and Design, Jurgen Persijn (°1966, Waregem) directed three commissioned videotapes in collaboration with Ana Torfs, amongst which, Akarova &. Baugniet/L’entre-deux-guerres (1991) and Mozartmaterial (1993). Besides that, till 1997, Persijn wrote and directed several pieces about architecture for Belgian public television’s weekly cultural magazine Ziggurat, covering, for example, Willy Van der Meeren and Lucien Engels. Since 1999 Persijn works as a graphic designer, making books about art and architecture. His publications have been awarded on several occasions. Since 1996 he occasionally designs the scenography for exhibitions, including, amongst others, "Jules Wabbes" (bozar, 2012), "Theo Van Doesburg" (bozar, 2016, with Asli Çiçek), and "Fernand Leger” (bozar, 2018, with Asli Çiçek)