abacusParts was a research project and series of workshops which led to a number of performance events that were co-conceived, co-produced, co-directed and co-designed by Romy Achituv and Danielle Wilde. abacusParts took place in New York City from October 1997 through January 1999. The aim of the project was to explore different possibilities afforded by the introduction of digital space into a performance context. abacusParts resulted in numerous performances, exhibitions and screenings in US and international dance and performance venues, museums and new media festivals. The work received a number of accolades including funding, residencies, and a NY Bessie Award for Installation and Multimedia (Red Dive/Inhabited, Lower East Side Tenement Museum 1999).