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Works on Water
Works on Water

I am part of the curatorial team (including Nancy Nowacek, Clarinda Mac Low, Sarah Cameron Sunde, Katie Pearl and Emily Blumenfeld) for a new triennial of artists working on, in or with bodies of water. worksonwater.nyc Our inaugural triennial, 26 days of art and theater, featured 10 artists in an exhibition, 10 expeditions, 10 conversations and […]

Liquid City : Currents
Liquid City : Currents

Over the course of the project Liquid City, I am producing small experiments and experiences. Invited by curators Tal Beery and Steven Lam to look at Yonkers as a site of change centered on the waterways, I was immediately taken by the state of the Saw Mill River both as a physical object and a poetic […]

School of Apocalypse Working Group: Mapping Worldwide Art & Water
School of Apocalypse Working Group: Mapping Worldwide Art & Water

As part of School of Apocalypse, Sarah Cameron Sunde and I led a global team working on mapping artists working on, in and with the water. The team consisted of Nancy Nowacek, Seila Fernandez Arconada, Tessa Grundon, Tal Beery and other contributors. We devised research methods, did outreach to global communities of artists and then […]

Liquid City
Liquid City

Liquid City. An urban waterways based project rooted in storytelling, cross-disciplinary conversations, multi-media and creative commons licensed data sharing, collaboration and a riverboat. More at liquidcity.org

Seeding Possibilities
Seeding Possibilities

A collaborative facilitation with Creative Catalysts, Seeding Possibilities will provide community organizations with a method of connecting with creatives and professionals to assist in progressing a regional issue they are tackling. Research and outreach is followed by a convening which builds trust and results in creative plans of action which are realized over a period […]

play:ground
play:ground

A collaboration with a collective of people interested in bringing self-directed play and children’s productive risk taking back to Brooklyn. We are working with various communities in Brooklyn and across NYC to bring an adventure playground to life. As an extension of my interest in creating opportunities and facilitating building of communities and creating connections […]

HighWaterLine | Bristol
HighWaterLine | Bristol

Presented by Invisible Dust in partnership with Creative Catalysts, HighWaterLine | Bristol was led by Isobel Tarr, with project support from Anna Wilson.   32 miles along the Avon and Frome highlighting the vulnerability that the region faces as climate change impacts the tidal river (the Avon has the second highest tidal range in the […]

HighWaterLine | Philadelphia
HighWaterLine | Philadelphia

In April of 2014, the current flood zone and future coast was marked by members of the River Wards along the Delaware River in Philadelphia. HighWaterLine | Philadelphia was presented by Chemical Heritage Foundation as part of the Sensing Change exhibition. The project was done as part of the Philadelphia Science Festival and created in […]

HighWaterLine | Miami
HighWaterLine | Miami

HighWaterLine|Miami was a collaboration with Heidi Quante, who approached me in the summer of 2012 to use HighWaterLine as a community organizing tool in the most climate vulnerable city in North America. Using her 14 years of creative engagement, together with over 30 community members we marked the 3′ and 6′ lines in Miami Beach […]

Lose/Loss/Lost
Lose/Loss/Lost

presented by Elastic City, created in collaboration with Todd Shalom   Hurricane Sandy devastated many areas on the eastern seaboard. The Rockaway Peninsula (The Rockaways), was hit hard, resulting in over one hundred destroyed (and thousands of damaged) homes. On this walk, participants explored the peninsula in the aftermath of the storm through experiencing, sharing […]

MEADlab
MEADlab

I was invited by MEAD – Maine Environmental Artists and Designers to come up to visit and share with te group. I was interested in creating an interactive experience and learning model that would result in some tangible outcomes for the group. I proposed a one day workshop that led with storytelling and transformed into […]

HighWaterLine Action Guide
HighWaterLine Action Guide

For a long time I have wanted to share the power of the HWL project – the experience from researching local climate change, the experience of being out on the street and having real conversations with your own neighbors. I wanted it to be available around the world. Now I am working with Patricia Watts […]

Insert ____ Here with 350.org 2011
Insert ____ Here with 350.org 2011

Insert ____ Here 2011 was a re-imagining of the project I created in 2008. This time I collaborated with 350.org to make it huge! And global. We wanted to put the power of creative thinking in the hands of community organizations and give people a chance to think positively in the face of climate change. […]

Ripples
Ripples

  I came up with a quick (and I hope fun) project to use in place of presenting my work ay the Creative Capital/Creative Time workshop on Real Community Engagement. I wrote the words “power” “memory” and “change” on three small stones. I gave them to people in the workshop and asked that they use […]

(Intra)structure
(Intra)structure

(Intra)structure is a a collaboration with Renata Mann, artist and jewelry maker. Her fiber-based work is on a personal scale. My vegetative-based work is on an urban scale. We were interested in bridging those two points. We created (Intra)structure, a vascular and modular growing system for epiphytic and climbing plants. The pieces are connected by […]

Seeding the City
Seeding the City

This project utilizes social networking to site urban interventions in the form of green roof modules. It capitalizes on community building to introduce urban environmental issues and remediation tools. The modules and their accompanying flags and street level signage will track the growth of the network throughout the neighborhood. Online resources will include mapping of […]

Paths of Desire
Paths of Desire

In Lower Manhattan there exists a unique intersection of urban infrastructure and paths of desire. Much of our existing infrastructure was determined by paths of desire or by the geography of the island before development. -Broadway was originally a major native American trail which connected settlements with the water, -Maiden Lane a water inlet where […]

Inter-related
Inter-related

Inter-related from eve mosher on Vimeo. Birds, bees and butterflies rely on the diversity of native plants in New York City. Those plants are also reliant on the birds, bees & butterflies to ensure their pollination and propagation. This installation is made up of representations of native birds, bees & butterflies. Each of the small […]

Tipping Point
Tipping Point

This installation is a visualization of climate change induced migration. Each thread represents one million refugees. Africa: South – 13,000,000 West – 36,000,000 East – 33,00,000 North – 13,000,000 These numbers are for weather related displacement only. Greater migrations will be forced in the area due to water and food shortages. Installation was at Freebird Books […]

I See You in Me/The Path of Water in NYC
I See You in Me/The Path of Water in NYC

This project was a temporary installation which traced the path of the Croton Aqueduct. The introduction of the seminal waterworks changed the future of New York City and allowed its growth and expansion. Providing clean water to a city plagued with disease and dirty water proved a daunting task which took many years and many […]

-1/+1
-1/+1

Commissioned project promoting use of reusable bags. For every 500 reusable bags used in the Chelsea Whole Foods, one native plant (columbine, poppies, seedum & ferns) is planted in the “-1” window installation. The “-1” installation was created from almost 400 recycled plastic bags sewn into little plant bags. Special thanks to Michele at Gowanus Nursery […]

HighWaterLine
HighWaterLine

HighWaterLine from eve mosher on Vimeo. Public art marking New York city’s high waterline predicted from global warming. Blue chalk line and illuminated water-filled markers traced the 10’ above sea level line. Included website, outreach campaign and workshops. HighWaterLine website.

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