eteam is a creative duo that utilizes video, performance, installation, and writing to orchestrate and express encounters at the convergence of diverse cultural, technical, and aesthetic universes. By their presence, they catalyze communication, collaborations, and transformations among humans, nature, and technologies. They resonate with those willing to experiment and traverse genres and cultural frontiers. Through their work, they create a sense of closeness and make visible the intricate web of connections that humans share with land, animals, plants, ghosts, deities, and objects. eteam's artistic practice is land- and process-oriented, typically long-term, situational, and transpires in locations they do not permanently inhabit. For them, practicing art is a method of paying close attention to minutiae while striving to comprehend the grand scheme of things.
eteam’s narratives have been showcased in video and film festivals worldwide, and they have lectured in universities, exhibited in art galleries and museums. Their performances have occurred in diverse locations from deserts, fields, caves, and mountaintops to ships, black box theaters, and horse-drawn wagons. They attribute their achievements to the generous support of numerous institutions, including Creative Capital, The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Art in General, NYSCA, NYFA, Rhizome, CLUI, Taipei Artist Village, Eyebeam, Smack Mellon, Yaddo, and the MacDowell Colony, the City College of New York, the Hong Kong Baptist University, and the Fulbright Program, among others. Their novel “Grabeland” was published by Nightboat Books in February 2020. In 2021, they were honored with a Fulbright scholarship for research in Taiwan.
For eteam, practicing art is a method of paying close attention to details while striving to comprehend the whole.