eteam eteam
Since 2005
Works in Sunnyside, New York United States of America

eteam is a two artist collaboration based in New York. The two members Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger explore “improvements” of personalized living zones and public territories, often in an immaterial way. Their performative installations and videos have been shown at MUMOK (Vienna), EYEBEAM (NYC), Grizedale (England), Halle 14 (Leipzig), Hudson Clearing (NYC) and at Momenta Gallery (Brooklyn). Screenings of their videos happened at the Taiwan International Film Festival, (Taipei), the New York Video Festival (NYC), the Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley) and Transmediale (Berlin).
The eteam has been awarded residencies at EYEBEAM, the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Wendover, at Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony and Harvestwork. Most recently they have been awarded a Creative Capital Grant in emerging fields for their project: OS Grabeland and they are 2010 Fellows of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
Past work include „Quick Click“ and „127 illuminated windows“ at the LMCC World Trade Center Residency, NY and „Christmas Tree Farm for Self Cutters“, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens. More recently Art in General commissioned eteam’s project International Airport Montello and Rhizome commissioned a project in Second Life.

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First Year Show of the Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA

Wed May 21, 2014 18:00 - Wed May 21, 2014

NY, New York
United States of America

One night exhibition and performances.

6 - 9 pm at DIAP Studio
Performances at 7:30 pm (Michelle Levy) and 8:00 (Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer)

Artists: Basel Abbas, Ben Retig, Phyllis Bulkin Lehrer, Michelle Levy, Michael Paris Mazzeo, Marianna de Nadal, and Laura Schneider

City College of New York- Shepard Hall Rm 408
259 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031

The DIAP (Digital and Interdisciplinary Arts Practice) MFA Program emphasizes adaptive knowledge, promoting flexibility of process and collaborative, open-ended approaches to art practices as opposed to traditional modes of artistic production.

Entrance to the building is located on the corner of 140th Street and Convent Ave. Please bring a photo ID to enter the building.


Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice MFA Program, City College of New York

Sat Feb 01, 2014 00:00

NY, New York
United States of America

The new Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice (DIAP) MFA Program at the City College of New York has a strong research-based component and examines the relationship between technology and tools in contemporary art practice, all within a unique shared environment.

The program's central focus is a utilization and critical engagement of digital media that can lead to research into areas as diverse as interactive sculpture, cyber gender, non-narrative motion graphics, online/offline privacy, performance, video or bio art and is supportive to different models of individual or collaborative art practices. The first cohort of DIAP students will graduate in the Spring of 2014.
Works by current DIAP students have been selected for the 2013 Asian Art Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan and the 11th Biennal of Media Arts at the National Museum of Arts in Chile.

DIAP is a research community where students work both individually and collaboratively on creative projects in digital or hybrid media art. Projects are conceptually and thematically driven and students will research tools and processes to fit the project, not the reverse. Wherever appropriate to the project, we encourage integration of traditional media or processes and methodologies from biology, computer science, math, psychology, dance, theater, sonic arts or other areas of potential interdisciplinary connection and exploration.

Visit our website for further information and application requirements.

For questions, please contact DIAP MFA program Director Associate Professor Hajoe Moderegger with questions:


DIAP - Digital Interdisciplinary Arts Practice MFA at CCNY exhibitions

Tue May 07, 2013 17:00 - Sat May 11, 2013

New York, New York
United States of America

THE ECONOMY OF THE EPHEMERAL, collaboratively curated by current DIAP MFA students with works by, Hilary Basing, Levy Gonzalez, Abigail Levine, Douglas Mackenzie, Kim Sargent-Wishart, Cody Schlanger, Buster Simpson, Yi-You Sun, Christine Sun Kim.

Reception: Tuesday at 5 pm. On Wednesday evening at 6 pm there will be a panel discussion on art, labor, economics, and what it means to be an artist in today's world!

Open studios by City College's DIAP MFA and Studio MFA students:
Thursday May 9th // 5:30 - 9:00
Saturday May 11 // 12:00 - 6:00

Presentations of first year projects by Lionel Cruet, Ting-Lin Hou, Clarinda MacLow, Herbert Lacsina, Kara Schmidt and William Tucci can be seen between May 15th - May 22nd.

All events are happening in DIAP's new collaborative studio space, located in Shepard Hall 408. Entrance is on Convent Ave near 140th Street.

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College Lab Technician, Digital Media

Sun Apr 05, 2009 18:43

Deadline extended until April 30th

College Lab Technician for Digital Media, Art Department, City College of NY, CUNY
The College Laboratory Technician (CLT) will report to the Chair or Chair-designee of the Art Department and assist the Senior CLT in EDM [Electronic Design & Multimedia] by managing digital media installed in EDM, the Digital Output Center, Photo, and Art History, including maintenance of the network and file servers, installation and troubleshooting of hardware and software, management of digital printing services in the Output Center and general organization of equipment, supplies, repairs and scheduling. The CLT will provide support to FT faculty to develop/manage a database of student/alumni contacts and achievements. The CLT will assist lab users and monitor the activities of student lab assistants. The CLT will also assist other studio areas of the Department and the Art Office with technical and other related tasks as needed. Will be required to work evenings and Saturday.

Minimum Qualifications:
High School diploma combined with one of the following sets of minimum additional
qualifications: (a) four (4) years of work or experience appropriate to the requirements of the department at a level of competence comparable to that indicated by apprenticeship in the skilled trades; OR (b) an associate degree, preferably in a related area (Electronic Art, Computer Science, Technology) and a minimum of two (2) years of experience of the type described above; OR (c) a bachelor’s degree in an area appropriate to the duties to be performed; OR (d) an appropriate combination of at least four (4) years of education and work experience beyond high school.

Preferred Qualifications:
Two additional years of experience in a computer lab, or a certificate from an information technology program; prior experience as a computer lab technician is a plus; prior experience with both Mac and PC platform environments, Ethernet network and file servers and demonstrated the ability to diagnose and repair hardware and software problems desirable. The position requires strong interpersonal skills, organizational ability with attention to detail and the ability to develop and implement organizational procedures and policies, excellent writing and oral communication skills and expert use of Excel and FileMaker. Experience in technical aspects of printing/digital output is desired, secondary competencies in photography or video are a plus.

Send cover letter and resume to:

Joel Wellington Fisher
Art Department
The City College of New York
160 Convent Ave, CG205
New York, New York 10031
Electronic submissions/inquiries to: