Professor Annette Weintraub
City College of New York, CUNY
Annette Weintraub is a media artist whose projects embed layered narratives within a variety of architectural constructs. Her work is an investigation of architecture as visual language, with focus on the dynamics of urban space, the intrusion of media into public space and the symbolism of space. She creates projects that integrate elements of narrative, film and architecture within a conceptual representation of space, and which explore the subjective experience of physical space. She is Professor of Art in the Art Department of The City College of New York, CUNY.
Her projects have been shown at venues that include: The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center; The International Art Biennial-Buenos Aires; 5th Salon de Arte in Cuba; File in Brazil; Video Biennal Israel; The 5th Biennial of Media and Architecture in Graz Austria; The Whitney Biennial; The International Center for Photography/ICP; The First Chiang Mai New Media Art Festival; The International Film Festival Rotterdam; Thirteen/WNET TV’s Reel New York.Web; Viper in Switzerland; at SIGGRAPH and ISEA and numerous other national and international exhibitions. Commissions include The Rushlikon Centre for Global Dialogue, CEPA and Turbulence.