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Eve Armstrong / Spring 1883, Sydney / 6–9 September

Eve Armstrong / Spring 1883, Sydney / 6–9 September

Eve Armstrong
Trading Table

Spring1883.com
6 – 9 September

Suite 27, Gym
The Establishment Hotel
5 Bridge Lane
Sydney 2000, Australia

For the duration of SPRING 1883 Eve Armstrong will present her ongoing participatory project Trading Table in the Gym at The Establishment Hotel. Visitors to SPRING 1883 are invited to trade with Eve for something on the table. Trading Table deals in multiple currencies including ideas, information, skills, services and items. Trading Table has been previously presented as a solo presentation at Auckland Art Fair (2016), Turbulence: 3rd Auckland Triennial (2007) and Roam, Artspace, Auckland (2005). This is the first presentation of Trading Table in Australia. Thank you to Chartwell Trust for their generous support of this project.


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