[Other Work]

Curated Shows
Urbanisms, Pace University, 2005.

Urbanisms is a selection of projects that remap and revisualize the city through the processing and reinterpretation of diverse streams of information: sound, captured visual images and texts. The projects in this exhibition reflect the dynamic diversities of urban patterning and permit us to perceive the city in different ways: through surprising juxtapositions of sounds, in the minute physical gestures of its inhabitants, in a changing collision of passers-by and their environment, in the accumulations of data flowing from online to physical space, and in the mechanisms of surveillance and control that provide a constant stream of visuals as byproduct.

Urbanisms offers an expanded vision of urbanism—or more precisely, a multiplicity of urbanisms—that is global, dynamic and mutating and present a spectacle of ever-shifting patterns of visual, aural and cultural information to be processed, manipulated and reconstituted anew.




Writing and Presentations

In Pursuit of Time Regained: Reconciling the Unstable Past, Present and Future of Web-based Art, ISEA 2011, Sabanši University, Istanbul.

Catalogue essay, "Urbanisms," Pace University Digital Gallery, 2005.

Design into Art,”, Graphis, February/March, 2003.

Art on the Web, the Web as Art." Communications of the ACM. October, 1997.

No Escape from LA," fps the Magazine of Computers and Animation, Winter, 1997.

When Worlds Collide: Live Action Footage and Computer-generated Animation Sequences Learn to Just Get Along," fps, the Magazine of Computers and Animation, Winter, 1996.

Web Space is the Art Place," Intelligent Agent, October, 1996.

Artifice, Artifact: The Landscape of the Constructed Digital Environment," Leonardo. Number 28:5, November, 1995.

Worshipping Hollywood Domination at the Shrine,“ fps: the Magazine of Computers and Animation, Autumn, 1995.

Co-author, Guidelines for Faculty Teaching in Computer-Based Media in Fine Art and Design. College Art Association, 1995.


Annette Weintraub is Professor of Art and Director of the Robinson Center for Graphic Arts and Communication Design at the City College of New York (CUNY).