Annette Weintraub


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  • City University of New York, Graphic Arts and Communication Design, Professor

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  • New York City, New York, United States of America

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    Annette Weintraub’s work is an investigation of architecture as visual language and the symbolism of space. Her projects integrate narrative elements within a variety of conceptual representations of space and examine the boundary between personal and public space and the social meanings of landscape.

    Her projects have been shown at venues that include: College Art Association, FILE in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA; Heara 8 in Jerusalem; The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center; Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 5th Salon de Arte in Cuba; 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, Chiang Mai University Museum, Thailand; 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.

    Annette Weintraub was the recipient of a Silver Award in I.D. Magazine’s Interactive Media Review and her work has been cited in many publications, including: Aperture, Art in America, Artforum, ArtByte, Newsweek, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, The Boston Globe, Leonardo, and Intelligent Agent as well as many online citations including Arts@Large column in the New York Times online, CNN.com, NetArt Review, NYFA and Salon among others. She is Professor of Art and Director of The Robinson Center at The City College of New York, CUNY.

    SIGGRAPH 2001

    Annette Weintraub is a media artist who has been making projects for the Web since 1995. Her online work has been shown at several SIGGRAPHs (2000, 98, 96), and was included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial exhibition, the first Biennial to show Internet-based work. Her web projects have also been shown as part of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, ISEA, WNET/13’s ReelNewYork Web, and in numerous other national and international venues. In 1998, she received a Silver Award from ID Magazine’s Interactive Design Review.


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