Anaisa Franco, 1981. In 2014 she got the Edith Russ Haus prize for emerging new media artists and got Emare-Eman prize to do a residence at Creative and Cognition Studios in Sydney and she also did a residence in MAC Museum in La Coruña, Spain.
In 2013 she did a residence at ZKU in Berlin.
In 2012 she did a residence at Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris for 6 months financed by FAAP, she also produced a permanent Interactive Public Artwork in China commissioned by the Organizing Committee of the Fourth West Lake International Invitational Sculpture Exhibition and China Academy of Public Art Research Center.
In 2011 she received the VI Edition of ARCOmadrid/BEEP Electronic Art Award in Spain and did a residence at L´Estruch in Barcelona developing ThroughOut Breathing financed by MINC.
In 2010 a residence in Hangar, Barcelona, developing “Alienated Routine”, a grant by MIS and a residence at TAV Taipei Artist Village in Taiwan, a grant by Sacatar Foundation.
In 2009 a residence at MIS Museum of Image and Sound in São Paulo, Brazil, developing “Suspended Reality”. In 2008 developed “Expanded Eye” in MediaLab Prado, Madrid during Interactivos. The work got BEEP Prize at ARCOmadrid 2011.
In 2007/08 she was awarded a scholarship from Mecad/Esdi in Barcelona to develop the project "Connected Memories" on the Proyecto Expansion Digital, where she also participated in lectures, conferences and publications.