Eve De Haan It's Nicer to Be Nice
59 Terminus Road, opposite Metro Bank
September 2023 to April 2024
Eve de Haan, It's Nicer to be Nice, commissioned by Hive Curates for Enfield Winter Lights, photography by James Mason Palmers Green
It's Nicer to Be Nice: Healing Garden is a public artwork designed by artist Eve De Haan. Visitors will be invited to enter a pink shipping container decorated with neon lights and pink sand; a place for contemplation that highlights the important connection between art, wellbeing and community.
It's Nicer to Be Nice: Healing Garden will be installed in Eastbourne town centre during the Turner Prize 2023 exhibition this autumn. More information to be announced soon.
59 Terminus Rd,
(Opposite Metro Bank)
Opening times vary week to week - please check @eastbournealive on Instagram for updates
About Eve De Haan
Eve De Haan is a Mauritian & English artist. She uses the moniker “Half a Roast Chicken”, chosen to challenge expectations of the traditional notions of what art should be.
Eve's work has been featured in exhibitions, including The Museum of Neon in LA and The Saatchi Gallery in London. She has worked with the Tate Modern and collaborated with brands such as Monica Vinader, Nike and The British Fashion Council. She belongs to an international, all-female neon collective called “She Bends”.
Eve strives to leave a positive impression on her audience, and to encourage an expanse of thought and discussion around the subject of art.