Annie Abrahams was born in 1954 in Hilvarenbeek, the Netherlands. She lives Montpellier, France. She has a doctorat in biology (University of Utrecht) and is a graduate in fine arts (Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten, Arnhem).
Her video, installation, performance and internet work has been exhibited internationally at New Langton Arts USA, CAC Istres FR, EAC Castelló ESP, Opéra National de Montpellier FR, I Space Chicago USA, ACCEA Yerevan Armenia, “Espai F” Barcelona ESP, Goldsmiths London
In 2005 she initiated and curated the provi&testi sessions in Monoquini, Montpellier and she started +++plus+++ editions. In 2007 together with panoplie.org she organised and curated the “Breaking Solitude” web performances.
In her work she questions the interpersonal relations in our more and more mediatized world. What are the possibilities and the limits of communication in general and more specifically what differentiates them from relations on the Internet?
Most of Abrahams’s work is featured on her site “Being Human / Etant Humain” (www.bram.org): a big interlinked universe that concentrates
on the possibilities and limitations of communication. The site, voluntary low tech and not immersive, has been shown in numerous festivals and expositions all over the world. (Skopje, Mexico City, Tallinn, Seoul, Atlanta, Montreal, Athens, Bourges, Tokyo, Bristol, Seattle, Split, Sophia, Rotterdam, Dakar, Gran Canaria, Paris, Chang Mai, Mantova, Sao Paolo, Amsterdam, Moscow, New York etc.)
Annie Abrahams is the winner of JavaArtist of the Year 2003 Award
Annie Abrahams participates in
together with Clément Charmet she participates