Eva was invited for a four month residency with Deveron Projects in 2003.
Huntly was once a prominent market town, though in the advent of urban development and its reach into the rural areas, our town is now filled with a growing number of empty shops. The inclusion of two large supermarkets in Huntly has severely affected local business, and consequently the number of boarded-up windows sadly grows, signalling the demise of rural commerce in favour of global trends. This change in tide for commerce affects not only the way Huntly looks (and rural locales the world over), but how it operates socially, politically, and economically. What use do we have for these empty shops?