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NY Art Beat, July 11, 2008
NY Art Beat, July 11, 2008

Field Forms Curated Exhibition “Field Forms” brings contemporary art into Freebird Books, with works that connect to artist’s responses to the changing environment. This exhibition seeks to offer innovative practices that bring awareness of a wider ecological context around the form of artistic production. Some works in this exhibit focus on the creative use of […]

Inhabitat, June 28, 2008
Inhabitat, June 28, 2008

City Sol: Music, Art, and Solar Fest this Weekend in NYC! It’s officially summertime, and that means that the sustainability music/event smorgasboard CitySol is in full gear this weekend in NYC’s Stuyvesant Cove Park! Intended as a creative, multi-disciplinary coming-together of alternative ideas, as well as an educational outlet for sustainability solutions, CitySol features workshops, […]

Circa Art Magazine
Circa Art Magazine

New York Artist Draws the Line for Global Warming, June 29, 2007 compiled by Rachel Simmons Here’s a good way to make people feel uneasy… New York artist Eve S. Mosher’s project High WaterLine consists of her drawing chalk lines around the city’s coastal neighborhoods, marking the boundaries 10 feet / 3 metres above sea […]

Eco Art Blog, April 15, 2008

Seeding and Inserting: Eve Mosher Launches a New Project {A mockup of a possible Insert____Here photo} Later this week, NYC-based artist Eve S. Mosher will launch her project Insert ____ Here to coincide with Earth Day. The project is all about rethinking the neighborhood and raising awareness of where a green roof, solar panels or […]

Eco Art Blog, April 15, 2008

Seeding and Inserting: Eve Mosher Launches a New Project {A mockup of a possible Insert____Here photo} Later this week, NYC-based artist Eve S. Mosher will launch her project Insert ____ Here to coincide with Earth Day. The project is all about rethinking the neighborhood and raising awareness of where a green roof, solar panels or […]

Artipedia, March 25, 2008
Artipedia, March 25, 2008

Exit Art Present E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Art) Exit Art Brandon Ballengée, Malamp UK, 2008 E.P.A (Environmental Performance Actions) March 15 – May 3, 2008 Exit Art 475 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10018 http://www.exitart.org Brandon Ballengée, Vaughn Bell/Sarah Kavage/Nicole Kistler, Mark Brest van Kempen, Carissa Carman/ Joanna Lake, The Center for Tactical Magic, Susanne Cockrell/Ted […]

Artipedia, March 25, 2008

Exit Art Present E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Art) Exit Art Brandon Ballengée, Malamp UK, 2008 E.P.A (Environmental Performance Actions) March 15 – May 3, 2008 Exit Art 475 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10018 http://www.exitart.org Brandon Ballengée, Vaughn Bell/Sarah Kavage/Nicole Kistler, Mark Brest van Kempen, Carissa Carman/ Joanna Lake, The Center for Tactical Magic, Susanne Cockrell/Ted […]

YouTube, March 18, 2008

Exit Art’s S.E.A. presents E.P.A. <object width=”425″ height=”344″><param name=”movie” value=”http://www.youtube.com/v/NjDAunYglBE&hl=en&fs=1″></param><param name=”allowFullScreen” value=”true”></param><param name=”allowscriptaccess” value=”always”></param><embed src=”http://www.youtube.com/v/NjDAunYglBE&hl=en&fs=1″ type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowscriptaccess=”always” allowfullscreen=”true” width=”425″ height=”344″></embed></object> YouTube

YouTube, March 18, 2008

Exit Art’s S.E.A. presents E.P.A. Exit Art’s S.E.A. presents E.P.A.

Art MoCo, October 30, 2007

Drought Posted by sabine7 Sculpture | Oct 30, 2006 Eve S. Mosher’s sculptures are often literally made of mud and sticks, which also happens to be the name of her website. But Mosher also works with a variety of materials such as felted wool, beads, wires and Sculpey, to name but a few. As a […]

XO Projects Inc, October 7, 2007

High Water Line HIGH WATER LINE a public artwork around 70 miles of the New York City waterfront which brought a visual and local understanding of the effects of climate change by marking the future battle line for flooding in New York City with blue chalk and illuminated beacons. HighWaterLine.org SUNDAY 7 OCTOBER 2007 6:00-8:00 PM The […]

Circa Art, June 29, 2007

New York artist draws the line for global warming compiled by Rachel Simmons A map of Mosher’s project; image held here Here’s a good way to make people feel uneasy… New York artist Eve S. Mosher’s project High WaterLine consists of her drawing chalk lines around the city’s coastal neighborhoods, marking the boundaries 10 feet […]

Evolution Shift, June 21, 2007

Art Changes Consciousness We have all heard the phrase “Life Imitates Art”. It points to the fact that artists are often in that space between imagination and the current society in which they live. While most members of society are busy doing, working, acquiring and toeing the line of social norms, artists are often detached […]

Evolution Shift, June 21, 2007

Art Changes Consciousness We have all heard the phrase “Life Imitates Art”. It points to the fact that artists are often in that space between imagination and the current society in which they live. While most members of society are busy doing, working, acquiring and toeing the line of social norms, artists are often detached […]

World Changing, June 19, 2007
World Changing, June 19, 2007

Drawing the Line Sarah Rich On the day of the national Step It Up events, we walked into downtown Seattle from Capitol Hill to check out the demonstration. As we headed along 1st Avenue, we noticed a line of birdseed running down the sidewalk ahead of us. It continued for blocks. A number of shop […]

Root Concepts, June 18 2007
Root Concepts, June 18 2007

Drawing Attention to Global Warming Artist Eve S. Mosher is drawing a blue chalk line through Brooklyn marking a point 10 feet above sea level, a boundary now used by federal and state agencies and insurance companies to show where waters could rise after a major storm. She strives to draw attention to projections that […]

Art Info, June 18, 2007

Artist Draws ‘Flood Line’ Around New York NEW YORK—Artist Eve S. Mosher is drawing a line of blue-tinted chalk around New York City, representing the points where, according to research conducted by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies at Columbia University, flood waters could rise after a major storm, The New York Times reports. Mosher […]

GeoLounge, June 16, 2007

HighWaterLine In a bid to bring more awareness to climate change, artist Eve S. Mosher is merging geography with art by creating an outdoor installation by using chalk to mark the 10-feet above sea level line in New York. High Water Line is a public artwork on the New York city waterfront designed to create […]

Art Krush, June 16, 2007

Mosher’s New Landscape Drawing With a rental car and hundreds of pounds of blue chalk, Eve S. Mosher is making her mark on the Brooklyn landscape. The artist has been laying down a four-inch-wide stripe throughout the New York borough in an effort to bring attention to global warming. Drawing from recent NASA and Columbia […]

The New York Times Video Library, 2007

The Handwriting on the Road The New York Times Video Library

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