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Collaboratory
Collaboratory

Collaboratory will initiate discussions on public and private spaces and experiment with collective remediation. Collaboratory, will occur as a series of conversations (many of which will be public) between designers, artists, architects, scientists, planners and the general public and me. Collaboratory is the investigative aspect of the Seeding the City project. Building upon the experimentation in bridging the […]

Four feet for food and NY-Utopia

Another couple of project ideas 🙂 FOUR FEET FOR FOOD It stems from a project idea that i had a while ago that was a more generalized sustainability project, i am thinking now to refine/define the space for some aspect of food production. Participants will donate 4 square feet of apartment floor or inside or […]

Floating Island for a New Millenium
Floating Island for a New Millenium

  In 2005, Robert Smithson’s Floating Island made its long planned (it was originally conceived in 1970) journey around Manhattan. A purely artistic act, which was in keeping with Smithson’s oeuvre, Floating Island, was likened to a displaced piece of Central Park – a manufactured landscape removed from public access and in a non-native environment. […]

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 […]

48 hours of Sao Paolo – or Time’s Square, what are we not seeing?

You all know that at the beginning of last year Sao Paolo banned all outdoor advertising right? That meant no billboards, no street level ads, no video screens, no window signs, no awnings. None. Ever since I heard the “On the Media” report on the ban, I was most struck by this statement: “And now […]

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 […]

Insert _____ Here 2008
Insert _____ Here 2008

A global project which invites community members to post signs recommending things like “insert a green roof here” “insert solar panels here” “inserta park here” “insert porous pavement here” – this project is capitalizing on community awareness of place/environment and optimism in the face of climate challenges. After the participant has added the sign (each with a unique […]

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.

My water tower dream

Where I work I have a great view (if I turn around and strain a bit) of a lot of NoHo, East Village rooftops. From here I can see the buildings dotted with water towers. I love water towers. One day when I was looking at the roofs while contemplating the Green Seeds project, I […]

When prompted– RUN!

I had dinner last night with two really good friends. The idea was to get together and talk about project ideas, job searches, whatever each person needed help with. Of course for me, the talk was about figuring out which of the three (top of the heap) ideas to pursue. One of my friends said, […]

Untitled Fiber Work #1
Untitled Fiber Work #1

I have the name somewhere. Can’t remember what I called it. Wires wrapped with nylon thread with little felt balls attached. A fun tangled mess. I probably called it entangled or something clever like that.

Untitled Fiber Work #2
Untitled Fiber Work #2

Another one that is a forgotten memory. Name coming. This was a whole bunch of lines of nylon thread with little felt balls. The ends are stuck into a block of beeswax and they hang down from there. With the breeze from the door these got massively tangled during the show.

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