Hajoe Moderegger works in collaboration with Franziska Lamprecht as eteam. Their work fuses land ownership, participation and utopian ideas through the use of new media tools and physical presence. They have produced work in many media including video, web, installation, books and live performance. Their work has been featured at the PS1, New Museum, Eyebeam, Momenta Art, Art in General, MUMOK Vienna, Neues Museum Weimar, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, TIDF Taipei the 11th Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva and the 41st, 43rd and 46th International Film Festival Rotterdam. They have been awarded a 2016 NYFA Artist Fellowship in Architecture / Environmental Structures / Design, a NYSCA film & media grant, a Marion Ermer Grant and a Creative Capital Grant in emerging media. They are fellows of Macdowell and Yaddo and were the recipients of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship.
Forms of Disappearance have been a research focus of mine for the past couple of years during which I have been studying methods of deception and self-deception, cultural camouflage and mimicry, aerial photography and surveillance, invisibility and technology.
My current research involves traditional Chinese puppetry, nano quadcopter (drone) swarms, 360 video and electronic handheld devices. Having observed the pervasive operation and performative function of electronic consumer handheld device I am looking at how the codes of an old, traditional, analog craft can coexist with and influence the new code of digital devices, interfaces, storytelling, movement, image- and sound making.