Tine Segers (BE) is a researcher at the faculty of Architecture and Arts at the University of Hasselt. She is interested in understanding the systems behind spatial transformation and exploring the role of designers in a changing society. She started studying Engineering-Architecture at Ghent University and graduated with a master’s degree from the Technical University in Delft. Since 2011 she has been working on cultural productions and policy preparatory projects. For the think-and-do-tank Architecture Workroom Brussels on the exhibition The Ambition of the Territory - Flanders as design, International Architecture Biennal Rotterdam 2012 Making City, Festival Kanal Play Ground and Open Ruimte Platform. And for the collective Rotor on the exhibition OMA-Progress and Opalis, guide for reclaimed building materials. In 2016 she started a PhD research on demographic shrinkage and liveability.