Catherine Page Harris
Art and Ecology; Landscape Architecture
University of New Mexico
Catherine Page Harris, Associate Professor, teaches Landscape Architecture at the University of New Mexico in the School of Architecture & Planning. She earned her BA at Harvard University in 1988, her MLA at UC Berkeley in 1997, and her MFA at Stanford University in 2005. Her built work resides at McLean Sculpture Park, Detroit, MI, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge Visitor’s Center, NM, Deep Springs College, CA, and McCovey Field, San Francisco, CA, among other sites. Recent projects include Poured Earth Collective with architect Charlie O’Geen, developing projects involved in creating structure from site, Sharing a Drink which explores human and non-human water relationships, Trans-species Repast which explores sharing meals with animals in North Jutland, Denmark and Vermont, US. Works have been shown at Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Zurich, (2020) the Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, (2016), UNM Art Museum (2016), the Land Shape Festival (2015) in Hanstholm, DK, Marble House Project, VT (2015) and the Wignall Museum, CA, (2014). Harris works in art/design, and digital/analog expressions.