All posts in Others about Eva
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Klaus Overmeyer, UC Berlin

I’ve known Eva since her euphoric involvement in the activation of the NDSM Wharf in North Amsterdam. She was a great example of convincing bottom-up urban development for our research project Urban Catalyst – self-determination, an intelligent network and full of vitality. Eva recently helped us substantially by giving us pointers at an expert workshop [&hellip…

Layana Mokoginta, PR Mansion

Power, passion and vision, this characterises Eva best when she sketches how urban development could be done. Economic, social and cultural development can go hand in hand, that is her absolute conviction. She’s surprisingly down to earth, when she combines an economic approach with her business views on creativity and entrepreneurship. But she does this [&hellip…

Jeroen Saris, de stad bv

Few people are as autonomous as Eva. It’s not in the solitude of her studio, but right at the centre of society that she is at her best and inspires others to do the same. Eva doesn’t wait around for something to happen, but stimulates others to take fate into their own hands and create [&hellip…

Krishna Kaur, film maker

Eva was born in Amsterdam in 1965 but spent the first decade of her life in England, returning at the age of ten she went on to study psychology and communica- tions and has spent the last fifteen years at the fore front of arts and culture development movement. Working through localized communities in deprived [&hellip…