Please join us to hear artists/activists Stacy Levy and Eve Mosher
discuss this pressing issue with moderator Diane Burko
Friday, Nov. 6th, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Eve Mosher creates interactive public projects that investigate the human condition in relationship to the world in which we live. In early 2006, she began producing large-scale projects that occur in public space and engaged the audience directly regarding specific urban issues. Her work utilizes art and performance to increase knowledge and understanding around environmental and social issues. https://www.evemosher.
Stacy Levy’s projects are designed to allow a site within the built environment to tell its ecological story to the people that inhabit it. As a sculptor, her interest in the natural world rests both in art and science. She uses art as a vehicle for translating the patterns and processes of the natural world. “In my practice, I search for sites that provide the opportunity to make visible some of the forces at work on the site. With my interest in watersheds, tides, growth and erosion, I make projects that show how nature functions in an urban setting.” https://www.
Diane Burko is an artist who focuses on monumental geological phenomenon. Since 2006 her practice has been at the intersection of art, science and the environment, devoted to the urgent issues of climate change. https://www.
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