Annette Weintraub investigates architecture as visual language, and focuses 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, often using sound to spacialize that structure. Her work is concerned with how our sense of place shapes behavior and is memorialized in recollection.
Artist's talk: Taking the Long View: Expanding the Spatial Envelope from Picture Plane to Panorama in Contested Spaces. ISEA 2019, International Symposium on Electronic Art, Gwangju, Korea, June 22-28th, 2019.
Web-Retro, SeMA Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea. March 12-June 9, 2019. Exhibition commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Web and internet-based art works.
Artists for Puerto Rico Benefit Exhibition, The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center Inc, 107 Suffolk Street, December 9, 2017 to Saturday Jan 16, 2018.