Her works use investigations of the landscape as starting points for audience exploration of urban issues, specifically, issues of involvement in the environment, public/private space use, history of place, cultural and social issues and our own understanding of the urban ecosystem. Current work includes her role as artist/facilitator in which she brings together diverse knowledge to spur creative outcomes with regional impact.
In early 2006, Eve began producing large-scale projects that occur in public space and engaged the audience directly regarding specific urban issues. Her work (such as High Water Line) utilizes art and performance to increase knowledge and understanding around environmental and social issues. Each projects goal is to create a space for participants to have a shared experience from which they learn and continue to share beyond the scope of the initial project.
Her work has been profiled in international media including the The New Yorker, New York Times, ARTnews, Miami Herald, L’uomo Vogue, and Le Monde. Her public and community based artworks have received grants from New York State Council on the Arts and New York Department of Cultural Affairs, both through the Brooklyn Arts Council, and The City Parks Foundation.