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Eve Andree Laramee


Dyson College of Arts and Sciences


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Professor, Department of Art & Art History Director, Dyson Center for the Arts, Society & Ecology


Eve Andree Laramee is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher working at the confluence of art and science. She is a Professor of the Department of Art at Pace University. and the Director of the Dyson Center for the Arts, Society & Ecology. She received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.

Her artwork has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Exhibitions include at the Venice Biennale, Mass MOCA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; among other institutions. 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.

Laramee has received two grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, an Andy Warhol Foundation Grant, two fellowships from the New York Foundation for Arts and grants from the Mid-Atlantic States Arts Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Museum Sculptor-in-Residence Program.

Her work has been written about by art historians and art critics in in numerous books and journals including Artforum, Art in America, ArtNews, the New York Times, CAA Art Journal, among others. Laramee also writes about art and environmental issues.


MFA with honors , San Francisco Art Institute , San Francisco, California , 1980
Painting & Sculpture; New Genres

BA , San Diego State University , San Diego State University , 1978

Awards and Honors

  • Dyson College, April 1, 2016 - Scholarly Research Grant
  • Dyson College, April 1, 2016 - Summer Research Grant, 2016
  • Pace University, December 17, 2014 - Kenan Fund Award for Professional Development
  • Pace University, December 12, 2014 - Scholarly Research Grant
  • Pace University, Dyson School of Arts and Sciences, November 2014 - Pace University Scholarly Research Grant
  • Daejeon Museum of Art, November 17, 2014 - Commission for new artwork on art and science
  • Pace University, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, May 2013 - Pace University Faculty Summer Research Grant
  • Pollock Krasner Foundation, 2011 - Fellowship
  • Hatchfund, USArtists, Artists2Artists Fund, 2011 - Pollock Krasner Foundation Fellow
  • Emory University Center for Creativity and Arts, 2009 - Grant
  • Pollock Krasner Foundation, 2004 - Grant
  • New York Foundation for the Arts, 2001 - Fellowship


Laramee, E. (2016, December 30). Environmental Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. International Journal of Arts and Humanities. Vol 9 (Issue 3) http://www.universitypublications.net/proceedings/0903/index.html

Laramee, E. A. Art + Ecology collaborations at Pace University.

Laramee, E. A., Taylor, A. B. & , . (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 24). Double Take: Science-Inspired Art An ongoing exhibition at Pace University in New York City features paintings and sculptures that relate to math, physics, and biology.. Vol October 24 2016 http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/47329/title/Double-Take--Science-Inspired-Art/

Taylor, T. P. (2016, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 24). Double Take: Science-Inspired Art An ongoing exhibition at Pace University in New York City features paintings and sculptures that relate to math, physics, and biology.. The Scientist: Exploring Life, Inspiring Information.

Laramee, E. A. (2016, September). Newtown Creek and Bushwick Creek: Finding a Diamond in the Middle of a Muddy Road. Elizabeth Alpert (Eds.), Silent Beaches Untold Stories: New York City's Forgotten Waterfront. New York, New York: Damiani Editore s.r.l. and distributed by D.A.P..

Laramee, E. A. (2016, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Drawing Out the Dross. Interalia Magazine. http://www.interaliamag.org/articles/eve-andree-laramee-drawing-out-the-dross/

Laramee, E. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 24). The Nuclear Waste in Space. Archive of Nuclear Harm (part of the Nuclear Futures Partnership, and international consortium sponsored by the Australia Arts Council).

Laramee, E. (2015, August 1). Atomic Archive: Work and Research (journal article + images). Evening Will Come: Journal of Poetics (Hiroshima-Nagasaki feature issue). (Issue 56) , pages 20. http://thevolta.org/ewc56-ealaramee-p1.html


Laramee, E. (2017, June 22). Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS). Interaction: Learning Communities and Collaborations between Environmental/Ecological Art, the Sciences and Humanities. Presentation on panel, Art and Change.. 2017 AESS Conference: : Environment, Wellness, Communities , University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Laramee, E. A. (2017, March 10). Tigersprung Symposium: 1972. 1972: Art and Social Changes. Goldsmiths University of London, London England

Laramee, E. A. (2017, March 9). Tigersprung Symposium: 1936. 1936: Radium-E (Bismuth 210). Goldsmiths University of London, London, England

Laramee, E. A. (2017, March 7). Green Events & Innovations 2017. Art + Ecology Events and Collaborations at Pace University. Green Festivals, London England

Laramee, E. A. (2017, February 26). IJAS Malta Conference 2017. Environmental Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. International Journal for Arts and Sciences, Valetta, Malta

Laramee, E. (2016, August 10). Arts in Society Conference. Ecological Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. Knowledge Community, UCLA, Los Angeles

Laramee, E. (2016, May 23). International Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities (Track: Arts). Ecological Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Barcelona, Spain

Laramee, E. A. (2016, March 11). Performance and Participatory Art in the Age of Social Change. Science Fiction or Fiction Science? Visual art, the culture of science, shifting consciousness. Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL

Laramee, E. A. (2016, February 14). EcoArts Australis, 2nd National Conference. Ecological Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. University if Wollongong, Wollongong, New South Wales

Laramee, E. A. (2016, January 9). 14th Annual Conference - HICAH. Slow Burn: EcoArt in the Atomic Anthropocene. Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii

Laramee, E. (2016, January 3). 3rd Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World. Ecological Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene. Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece

Laramee, E. A. (2015, November 11). Women Writing on the Environment:Strong Voices Impacting Change. No Man's Land: On Drosscapes and Netherzones. Women's National Book Association, Pace University

Laramee, E. A. (2015, November 2). 2nd Asian Conference on the Arts, Humanities and Sustainability. Atomic Legacy Art. Fukuoka, Japan (participated remotely)

Laramee, E. A. (2015, June 24). Confronting Frontiers, Borders and Boundaries. For the Geological Record (linked rocks). Association for Environmental Science and Studies, University of California

Laramee, E. A. (2015, June 6). Network Ecologies. 'Research as a Power Tool: Tracking our Nuclear Legacy'. University of Hull, UK

Laramee, e. A. (2015, March 25). Extended Image Installation, and Dome Projections Conference. Environmental and Ecological Installations and Research. Nanyang Technological University and ArtScience Museum, Singapore

Laramee, E. A. (2015, February 16). Visiting Artist, Rutgers University. Recent work and Research, Eve Andree Laramee. Rutgers University, Art Department

Laramee, E. A., Hamilton, J., Neff, S. & Wellman, J. (2015, January 10). Panel Discussion: Art Collision: Fire Map Team. Fire Map. Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM

Laramee, E. (2014, November 21). The Brain: Art, Science, Convergence. Atomic Archive: recent work and research. Daejeon Museum, Daejeon, South Korea

Laramee, E. A. (2014, June 13). AESS Conference (Association for Environmental Science and Studies), Welcome to the Anthopocene . Power, Vulnerability, Responsibility. Pace University, New York, NY

Laramee, E. A. (2014, January 10). Panel Discussion: Performative Experiments and PhilosoProps. Green Alchemy. Gasser/Gruenert Gallery, New York, NY

Laramee, E. A. (2013, November 19). Visiting Artist lecture and student critiques. Recent work and research on art and environmental issues. School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MA

Laramee, E. A. & Eastman, R. (2013, November 18). Catalyst Conversations: Art meets Science. Nature, State of the World, Human Impact. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT List Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, MA

Laramee, E. A. (2013, October 28). Visiting artist lecture and Graduate student critiques. Current Artwork and Research, Eve Andree Laramee. William Patterson University, Patterson, NJ

Laramee, E. A. (2013, October 14). Wonder and Imagination Speaker Series, Columbia University Undergraduate Scholars Program. GLOW: Tracking our Nuclear Legacy through Environmental and Ecological Art. Columbia University Honors College, New York, NY


Laramee's interdisciplinary artworks operate at the confluence of art and science. For thirty years her interest in the history and culture of science has enabled collaborations with physicists, hydrologists, geologists, biogeographers, and ecologists. By sharing innovations, art-and-science collaborations can energize action to initiate positive social change and promote awareness of environmental and health issues by directly involving communities, extending ways in which cultures imagine, create and understand.

Her recent creative work and research investigates the environmental and health impacts of atomic legacy sites. Through tracking the invisible traces left behind by the nuclear weapons complex and the nuclear energy industry, her work archives our shared atomic legacy. Zeroing-in on sites where contaminated water and land have impacted on indigenous populations, her art allows for multiple modes of visualizing the invisible; inspiring direct action through environmental social-sculpture interventions deployed into communities raise environmental awareness, and activate community participation in remediation efforts.

She is the founder and director of ART/MEDIA for a Nuclear Free Future. She is a Lifetime Member of the National Speleological Society, and is a member of the College Art Association, Leonardo, and the Society for Arts, Science and Literature.



Apparatus for the Distillation of Vague Intuitions by Eve Andree Laramee
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Book authored by Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel,, Oxford University Press, 2017, Oxford, England

"100 Years 100 Stones"
[Art - Art Works in Publication] San Diego State University

WIPP it Good: How Long is Forever? (work in progress)
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Carlsbad, Roswell and Las Cruces, New Mexico; and New York City

Slow Burn installation (in progress)
[Art - Exhibition, One-Person] Multiple venues traveling exhibition, New York, NY and Santa Fe, NM

"Debris Impacts" new installation, Islip Museum, in exhibition, The New Classics: In Glass
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Islip Art Museum and UrbanGlass, Long Island, NY and East Islip, NY

"Waste of Space", print series & video
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY

Visual Inquiries: Artists Inspired by Science
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Peter Fingesten Gallery, New York, NY

"The Nuclear Waste in Space"
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Archive of Nuclear Harm, Australia

Waste Management: Artist Eve Andree Laramee
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Pasatiempo Magazine, The New Mexican (newspaper)

NukeNOtes: Activist Social Sculptures
[Art - Exhibition, Group] HICAH, Honolulu, Hawaii

Extract + Impact
[Development of an exhibition proposal for a three person traveling show of environmental/ecological art] New York, NY

Hot Rocks - artwork in group exhibition
[Art - Exhibition, Group] American Environmental and Ecological Art, San Diego, California

Roswell Museum, one-person show, "Waste of Space", video, prints and photographs
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Roswell Museum and Art Center, Spring Gallery, Roswell, NM

Slow Burn, exhibited in "Axle Indoors" show
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Gerald Peters Gallery, Peter's Projects, Santa Fe, NM

I Want to Believe (maybe)
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Offroad Productions, Michael Freed Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

The Brain: Art Science, Convergence, exhibition at the Daejeon Museum of Art
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, South Korea

Fire Map, collaborative installation in the Art Collision and Repair Shop exhibition
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe

RadWaste Disposition
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Central Booking Magazine, Central Booking Gallery, New York, NY

Floating Desalination Plant, image and text in book, A-Biennial: Behold the Intangible, edited by Weronika Trojanska
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Sternthal Books, Montreal, Montreal, CA

In Praise of Things
[Art - Art Works in Publication] The Point Magazine, Chicago, IL

Undermining: A Wild Ride Through Land Use, Politics, and Art in the Changing West, print book by Lucy Lippard
[Art - Art Works in Publication] The New Press, New York and London

"Waste of Space" in exhibition, Tracking the Cosmos
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Stony Brook University, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook, NY

Arc Across the Vortex: Art, Alchemy and Science
[Art - Exhibition, Group] Gallery 101, Brooklyn, NY

The Last Brucennial
[Art - Exhibition, Group] The Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY

Slouching Towards Yucca Mountain, in the International Uranium Film Festival
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro and the Yellow Archives, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, traveled to Munich, Germany, Navajo Nation, USA, New Delhi, India, New York, NY and Washington D.C.

Uranium Decay, film screening in the International Uranium Film Festival
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro and the Yellow Archives, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, traveled to Munich, Germany, Navajo Nation, USA, New Delhi, India, New York, NY and Washington D.C.

Film Screening: Burial at Los Alamos in the International Uranium Film Festival
[Art - Arts Festival] Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro and the Yellow Archives, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, traveled to Munich, Germany, Navajo Nation, USA, New Delhi, India, New York, NY and Washington D.C.

[Art - Exhibition, Group] Notre Dame University, ISIS Gallery, Notre Dame, University

Spiral Bound
[Art - Exhibition, Invitational] College of New Rochelle, Mooney Center Gallery, organized by Romanov Grave, New Rochelle, NY

Finding a Diamond in the Middle of a Muddy Road: The Phelps Dodge Copper Refinery on Newtown Creek
[Art - Exhibition, Catalog] St. John's University, Yeh Art Gallery, Queens, NY

Silent Beaches, Untold Stories: New York City's Forgotten Waterfront
[Art - Exhibition, Group] St. John's University, Yeh Art Gallery, Queens, NY

Certainly Not! Good science requires cultivating doubt and finding pleasure in mystery
[Art - Art Works in Publication] Nautilus Magazine, New York, NY

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

Laramee, E. A. (2014, May 2). Pace University.
Summer Research Grant , Pace University , $500.00 . Funded,For "Slow Burn" project


  • Brooklyn Rail [Magazine], September 1 2014
    Cover story. Interviewed by Ann McCoy. 3,500 words, 5 images of artwork. In print and web. http://www.brooklynrail.org/2014/09/art/eve-andre-larame-with-ann-mccoy
  • Yale Radio WYBC [Radio], December 12 2013
    Hour long interview conducted by Brainard Carey. http://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/eve-andree-laramee/


  • International Society for Electronic Arts 2009
  • Society for Literature, Science and Art 2005
  • New York Foundation for the Arts 2003
  • BRIC (Brooklyn Arts & Media) [Artists Advisory Board Member, Curatorial Program Advisory Member, Media Arts Grants Panelist] 1990
  • National Speleological Society [Lifetime Member] 1982
  • College Arts Association 1980
  • Leonardo: International Society for Art, Science and Technology 1980


  • Art Department Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attend meetings, review syllabi, discuss vision and mission for curriculum development, vote on curriculum matters.
  • Peace & Justice Studies Search Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Review applicants for Full-time position in the Peace & Justice Studies Program. Attend meetings and vote on candidates.
  • Director, Center for the Arts, Society & Ecology [Other]
    Desc: Interdisciplinary environmental and ecological programming.
  • Dyson Committee on Tenure & Promotion [Committee Member]
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Dyson Tenure and Promotion Committee
  • Faculty Concerns Committee (formerly Faculty Affairs Committee) [Committee Member]
    Desc: Address faculty concerns (formerly known as the Faculty Affairs Committee
  • Dyson College Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
  • Dyson Dean's Council [Attendee, Meeting]
  • Society of Fellows [Other]
    Desc: Plan and lead activities, presentations, and lectures for Annual Society of Fellows retreat on the theme of Art & Ecology.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: SOE is not a committee, but a forum for excellence in scholarship and creative work
  • Art Dept TAP Committee [Committee Chair]


  • [Attendee, Convocation]
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  • [Guest Speaker]
    Desc: Session presentation: Art, Ecology and Environment: Systems Lived Thoughtfully.
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    Desc: Presentation on the Art Department
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  • New York Faculty Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
  • Fingesten Gallery Director
    Desc: Filter proposals for exhibitions, work with installation coordinator, Nuno de Campos, deal with insurance issues, contract issues, student worker coverage, manage funds for upkeep, field public inquiries, field institutional requests, work with institutional scheduling needs for space, manage budget for opening receptions, student exhibitions, exhibit jurors.
  • [Curatorial team to display artwork in Faculty Diningroom]
    Desc: Worked with Kim DeBeaumont and Teresa Cichetti to curate and exhibition in the Pace University Faculty Dining Room
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  • [Guest Speaker]
  • [Attendee, Convocation]
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  • Wikipedia Foundation Women in Education Edit-a-Thon [Participant]
    Desc: Created new articles on distinguished women educators who are recipients of the National Women's Caucus for Art Lifetime Achievement Awards.
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