Annabel Troost works across and between film, theatre, digital media, and live art. She worked for The British Museum for 6 years as well as: The Science Museum, international performing arts festival Holland Festival, centre for politics, culture and film De Balie, Halal Film & Photography, Das Magazin, and V2_Institute for Unstable Media. She co-founded Hard//Hoofd magazine for art and journalism in 2008. In addition, she writes about, programmes and hosts nights on feminism for various platforms.
She’s interested in art programmes that respond to, reflect and potentially effect change in the social and political landscape.
Annabel earned a dual MA degree in Preservation and Presentation of The Moving Image with distinction at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and a BA (Hons) in Media and Culture at the UvA, Freie Universität Berlin, and an honours degree in Art & Research at the Gerrit Rietveld art academy.