Annette Weisser (1966-2013) was a German-born artist and writer known for her multidisciplinary artistic practice that encompassed installation, performance, video, and text-based works. She was based in Berlin and Los Angeles. Weisser's work often explored the intersections of politics, economics, and culture, addressing topics such as globalization, immigration, and labor. She engaged in critical examinations of power structures and social hierarchies, focusing on issues of identity, gender, and class. One of Weisser's notable projects was "Global Anxiety Monitor" (2003-2008), a collaborative art project that involved creating an installation featuring photographs and videos of various locations around the world, displaying images that depicted everyday scenes alongside those that highlighted social and political tensions. Weisser's writings and critical essays also contributed to contemporary art discourse. She published articles in art magazines and contributed to anthologies, addressing themes related to globalization, migration, and cultural identity. Tragically, Annette Weisser passed away in 2013 at the age of 46. Her artistic contributions continue to be recognized and appreciated within the contemporary art community.