Lost and Found
Tarrawarra Biennial, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, Australia.
1 August - 9 November 2008

Eve Armstrong - Overload
Arrangement: Overload, colour photographs and packing tape on found metal shelves (2007)

Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong. 
April 2008

Eve Armstrong - Transplant

Eve Armstrong - Transplant
Taking plant cuttings from abandoned apartment rooftops of urban renewal district K20-K23, Hing Wah Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong.

Eve Armstrong - Transplant

Eve Armstrong - Transplant
Transporting collected plant cuttings and pot plants across Sham Shui Po to Kowloon Technical School for the creation of a new garden.

Eve Armstrong - Transplant
Plant stall to redistribute collected ‘Mother of Thousands’ succulent cuttings.

Transplant considered ideas of urban redevelopment through the collection and redistribution of abandoned plant life from some of Sham Shui Po’s early low-rise apartment buildings scheduled for demolition. Former residents had left the plants behind when they were relocated to modern tower block apartments with no outdoor space for private gardens. Cuttings and pot plants were taken, transported and replanted at a new site. Cuttings from one of the most prevalent rooftop plants, a succulent commonly known as ‘Mother of Thousands’ were also redistributed through a plant stall on the street.

1301PE, Los Angeles, USA.
1-25 March 2008

Eve Armstrong - Roll over
Roll over, photographs & packing tape on shelving unit (2008)

Jacqueline Fraser and Eve Armstrong
Michael Lett, Auckland, New Zealand.
15 January - 9 February 2008

Jacqueline Fraser and Eve Armstrong
Shakeup,carpet underlay, linoleum, mats, rubbish bins, heaters, trestle table, polystyrene box, file holders, noticeboard, display stands, shelving, label displays, display hooks, foam seat covers, chair arms, paper, clipboards, lumbar roll, cushions, rubbish bags, plastic bags, rocks, lamps, hose, foam, cooler bag. approx. 4500 x 2200 x 1800mm overall. (2008)

Image courtesy of Michael Lett

Contact: evearmstrong99@gmail.com or through Michael Lett: www.michaellett.com