Eve Mosher is an artist and interventionist living and working in New York City. Her works use investigations of the landscape as starting points for audience exploration of urban issues. Recent work examines the complex urban waterways and the changes and impacts of climate change. She utilizes imagination to explore future challenges and opportunities through creative collaboration with communities and professional practitioners. She is a co-founder and co-director of Works on Water, a cultural institution dedicated to supporting artists working on, in and with the water, through a triennial and artist residency. In addition, she is co-founder and board vice-chair for play:groundNYC, an organization dedicated to children’s rights in the urban environment through free and self directed play and access. Her work has been performed and shown across the US, and in Europe, the UK, Korea and Australia and has been profiled in international media including the The New Yorker, New York Times, ABC Nightly News, The Guardian, WHYY Public Radio, ARTnews, New Scientist, American Scientist, and Le Monde. Her public and community based artworks have received grants from New York State Council on the Arts and New York Department of Cultural Affairs, through the Brooklyn Arts Council, and The City Parks Foundation. Collaborative work has received support from The Kresge Foundation, The Compton Foundation, The Whitman Foundation, and Invoking the Pause.