Eve Andrée Laramée
“I am an interdisciplinary artist and researcher working at the confluence of art, science and technology. Specializing in the environmental and health impacts of atomic legacy sites, my recent projects investigate water resource contamination from industry, nuclear weapons development and testing, and RadWaste waste disposition. My creative research on East Coast sites focuses on the North Brooklyn, NY waterfront: the Newtown Creek and Bushwick Creek, historical waterways in Brooklyn and Queens, New York. My multidisciplinary work includes installation, video, social interventions, performance,
and works on paper.” – Eve Andrée Laramée
Laramée’s work has been exhibited in New York, England, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, Holland, Israel, China, Japan, Brazil, Poland and the Czech Republic. Her work is included in the collections of the MacArthur Foundation, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, The Fogg Art Museum of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the UCLA Armand Hammer Museum, and in numerous other public and private collections. Laramée has received two grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, an Andy Warhol Foundation Grant, two fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts and grants from the Mid-Atlantic States
Arts Foundation in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Museum Sculptor-in-Residence Program. Laramée is a seasoned educator, having taught at MIT, RISD, Cooper Union, Sarah Lawrence College, the Maryland
Institute College of Art, among other institutions where she has taught sculpture, installation, performance art history and space/place/psychogeography.