Eve Andrée Laramée has dedicated her creative work and research to exploring the subtle historical and social dimensions between artistic practice and scientific inquiry; questioning commonly held assumptions about art and science and how these views are transmitted over time. The four primary themes include the history of science, legacy of the Atomic Age, environment/ecology, and social conditions. Since 1980, her interest in the history and culture of science have led to collaborations with physicists, hydrologists, geologists, geographers, and ecologists. Her work has been exhibited internationally at venues including the Venice Bienalle, MassMoCA, MIT, New Museum of Contemporary Art (NYC), Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago among others. Collections include the MacArthur Foundation, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, The Fogg Art Museum of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and others. She is Professor of Art at Pace University where she is also Director of the Center for the Arts, Society and Ecology. She lives in Brooklyn, NY and Santa Fe, NM.