Annette Krauss is an artist and lecturer. Exploring the possibility of participatory practices, her often research-based work addresses the intersection between art, politics, and everyday life. She is currently a PhD researcher at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna and has been teaching at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht since 2010. She took part in the IASPIS Residency program and was a member of the team that conceived and developed the first children and youth program at documenta 12, 2007. She (co-)initiated various long-term collaborative practices, such as: Hidden Curriculum, Sites for Unlearning, and Read-in. These include exhibitions, such as (selection): Regimes of Memorizing, Kunci, Yogyakarta, 2015 and Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2014; Randzonenlesung, Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, 2014; In Search of the Missing Lessons, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2013; and (In)visibilities, The Showroom, London, 2012. Krauss lives and works in Utrecht.