Annette Krauss’s practice addresses the intersection of art, politics and everyday life. Her artistic work emerges through different media, such as performance, video, historical and everyday research, pedagogy and texts. Krauss has (co-)initiated various long-term collaborative practices: Hidden Curriculum, Sites for Unlearning, Read-in, ASK!, Read the Masks. Tradition is Not Given, and School of Temporalities. These projects resurrect and build upon the potential of collaborative practices while aiming to disrupt “truths” that are taken for granted in theory and practice.
Recent collaborations, exhibitions, lectures, screenings, and workshops have taken place at Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht; KUNCI, Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta; The Showroom, London; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Kunstverein, Wiesbaden; and Whitechapel Gallery. Since 2011, Krauss has been a lecturer at HKU Fine Art, Utrecht. Currently, she holds a post-doctorate position at Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.