Annie Abrahams has an art practice that meanders between research and performance. She uses performance to experiment thinking and uses experiments to affect performance. In her carefully scripted art she pretends to reveal ordinary human behaviour and develops what she calls an aesthetics of trust and attention.
She is interested in collaborative practices as a being with, as a learning place for acceptance.
To be able to probe human behaviour as an aesthetic material she uses video and performance as well as the internet. She questions the possibilities and limits of communication in general and more specifically investigates its modes under networked conditions. She is known worldwide for her netart and collective writing experiments and is an internationally regarded pioneer of networked performance art.