Annette Weisser is a visual artist and writer based in Los Angeles and Berlin. As a visual artist, she works both individually and collectively. Her individual work has been shown, among others, at Kunstverein Heidelberg, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Kunsthaus Dresden, Reception gallery, Berlin, Kunsthaus Exnergasse, Vienna, and MiM gallery, Culver City. She is a founding member of the collective Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop. DToHW has been included, among others, in group shows at the Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, SMART Museum, Chicago, Kunstwerke Berlin, MOCAD Detroit and Kunstverein Hildesheim. Her collaborative work with artist Ingo Vetter ended with a solo presentation at Westfälisches Landesmuseum Münster in 2006. Before that, their work has also been show, among others, at Smart Project Space, Amsterdam, Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Videonale 8, Kunstverein Bonn, Real Work, 4. Werkleitzbiennale, Gallery for Contemporary Art Leipzig, Kunstverein Munich and Kunstverein Wolfsburg. Her writing about, mostly, art has appeared in magazines such as Springerin, Texte zur Kunst, Afterall and Die Zeit Online. Mycelium, her first novel, is forthcoming from semiotext(e) in 2019.