Eve Mosher is an artist and reluctant activist living and working in New York City. Acutely aware of the ecological and climate devastation we are witnessing, she has turned her creativity towards creating space for grappling with radical truth about our contemporary moment and for engaging in the complexity of emotions related to that truth. Within this space, she also creates opportunities for radical imagination of future possibilities. Creatively communicating the climate emergency since 2007, she reached a breaking point in the fall of 2018 which has brought about her own truth and radical imagining of the role of creativity in a rapidly changing world. None of the previous experience, accolades, press or degrees have adequately prepared her for the moment we are in.
I create interactive public projects that abstractly investigate the human condition in relationship to the world in which we live. In early 2006, I began producing large-scale projects that occur in public space and engaged the audience directly regarding specific urban issues. My work utilizes art and performance to increase knowledge and understanding around environmental and social issues. My goal with each project is to create a space for participants to have a shared experience from which they learn and continue to share beyond the scope of the initial project.