As part of the Santa Fe Art Institute’s ongoing season “Half Life: Patterns of Change,” we are proud to present the works of artists and educators, Eve Adrée Laramée and Kim Stringfellow.
April 22nd – May 31st
9am – 5pm M-F
Eve Andrée Laramée is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher, and activist working at the confluence of art and science, specializing in the environmental and health impacts of Cold War atomic legacy sites. She was born in Los Angeles, and divides her time between Brooklyn, NY, Santa Fe, NM and Baltimore, MD where she is Professor of Interdisciplinary Sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Her installations, sculptures, photographs and works on paper have been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Her work is included in 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, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology among other public and private collections. Laramee has received two grants from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and Andy Warhol Foundation Grant, two fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and a Guggenheim Museum Sculptor-in-Residence Grant.
Kim Stringfellow is an artist/educator residing in Joshua Tree, California. Her work and research interests address ecological, historical, and activist issues related to land use and the built environment through hybrid documentary forms incorporating writing, digital media, photography, audio, video, installation, mapping, and locative media. She teaches in the Multimedia area as an Associate Professor in School of Art, Design, and Art History at San Diego State University. She received her MFA in Art and Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000. For more information on her work, please visit: www.kimstringfellow.com.