The exhibition, which took place in The Embassy Gallery (14th – 23rd September 2018) revolved around the notion of “καιρός | Kairos”, meaning the right, critical, or opportune moment, and considered the transition of graduates out into the wider world. Eva worked with the gallery and students to explore how the presentation of Degree Show work might be reconfigured into this collective exhibition. She was invited by John Beagles, Programme Director on the Contemporary Art Practice programme.
“Her dynamic approach and energy came at a vital time for the students,” said Dr Kristin Mojsiewicz, a Lecturer in Art, “it encouraged them to move decisively into a professional realm out with the College, and to be ambitious in their reach.”
Eva is the co-founder of both A – DASH, an artist studios and exhibition space in Athens, and Places, an art biennale in the West of Iceland. Plans are underway for Eva to develop more concrete links between Athens and Edinburgh, along with Augustus Veinoglou, a former microresident and founder-director of SNEHTA projects in the Greek capital.