Franziska Ostermann, born 1992 in Kiel, is an intermedial working artist. Her focus is on the media of digital image, photography, word, video and performance.
In 2018 she graduated from the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts in photography, technical image and language&form. Her own being, online and offline, is the starting point of her artistic research. Virtuality, digitality and identity are thematic pillars that span her work.
For her work, she has received grants from the Literary Colloquium Berlin, the Stiftung Kunstfonds, and awards from, for example, the British Journal of Photography, or Profifoto and Canon, as well as the BBK Schleswig-Holstein. In 2022 she received a prize from the Stuttgart Film Winter. Her video work has also been shown at the Goethe Institute in Paraguay, at the Steirischer Herbst or at the Arts& Culture Festival in Leipzig. In 2018, her poetry debut OSZIT was published. Her texts have appeared in Signaturen and Mosaik, among others. Her work is shown internationally, for example at the Cine Paris Film Festival, in New York City at Agora Gallery in Chelsea, At the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Korea or online with the British Journal of Photography at New Art City.