Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn’
Fashioning Self and the Environment, Textile Arts Center
Fashioning Self and the Environment, Textile Arts Center

I will be participating with Seeding the City and a new collaborative project with Renata Mann, (Intra)Structure. Textile Arts Center and environmental fiber artist, Abigail Doan, are hosting an evening open house for Earth Day 2011! This will be an opportunity to explore ideas related to fashioning self and our shared environment. Invited artists and local […]

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 […]

Am I crazy?

It’s a simple question right? And the kind that if you have to ask, then you probably are. Here’s why I may be crazy this week. I just took on another project. This one an installation in a bookstore on climate migration. Don’t get me wrong, I am super excited to have been invited to […]


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.

Patience is a virtue (and a power)

Wow what a beautiful holiday gift to me! I decided to check the mail on Saturday at our apartment. (We don’t get most of our mail here because of the well known Brooklyn mail problems). We got a request for year end donations from the American Museum of Natural History (which, by the way, is […]

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