Franziska Lamprecht


Emerging Fields, 2009

Franziska Lamprecht is a Brooklyn based artist and part of eteam, a two artist collaborative that investigates conceptual possibilities and practical improvements in public spaces and private territories. eteam installations and performances have been shown at museums and galleries including PS1, EYEBEAM (NYC), MUMOK (Vienna), Momenta Art (Brooklyn), New Museum (NYC) and Neues Museum (Weimar). Videos by the eteam have been screened at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Pacific Film Archive, 11th Biennial of Moving Images, Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine, Geneva, Transmediale Berlin, TIDF Taiwan and at the New York Video Festival. They have been awarded a Henry Moore Foundation Project Grant, an EYEBEAM Production Grant and the Marion Ermer Preis 2004. In 2005 they have been selected for the New Commissions Program at Art in General, NY, and the Longwood Arts Project Digital Matrix Commissions Program (NY).

Awards and Accomplishments

2016: eteam receives a NYFA fellowship in the category of Architecture / Environmental Structures / Design


eteam receives a 2013 NYSCA distribution grant for the distribution of their radioplay The Cruise


eteam presents new work in conjunction with the International Film Festival Rotterdam


eteam receive residency at CentralTrak Dallas

2011: eteam's short video _Prim Limit_ screens at Rotterdam Film Festival


eteam receives EMPAC  production residency


eteam has short-term residency at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) in Troy, NY

2010: eteam receive residency at the Exploratorium in San Francisco

2010: eteam receives Guggenheim Fellowship

2010: eteam's video _PRIM LIMIT_ receives Distinguished Recognition, Short Form from Migrating Forms jury