Taxiing with the Eid brothers IM display

Tansa Eid, c.1972

Co-curated by Christine Eid and Moya McFadzean, the Behind the Wheel display at the Immigration Museum explores the migration and working lives of the Eid brothers.

Characters book research

Characters (2011)

Christine Eid was commissioned as a researcher on the ‘Characters’ book (2011). Written by Stephen Banham the book tells the rich cultural stories of a city, in this case Melbourne, through its signage.

Paper City exhibition

Paper City exhibition (2011), City Gallery, Melbourne

Curated by Andrew May, Christine Eid and Stephen Banham, the ‘Paper City’ exhibition at the City Gallery explores letterheads from the City of Melbourne’s vast archive.

Circular public art commission

Stephen Banham & Christine Eid, Circular (2010)

‘Circular’ is a series of 8 cast iron artworks installed along the footpath of Main Street in Point Cook, created by artist Christine Eid, TOW, in collaboration with typographer Stephen Banham from Letterbox.

Behind the Wheel IM Display

Behind the Wheel IM showcase

From brides’ chauffeurs to drivers of the drunk and disorderly – a new display at Immigration Museum, curated by Christine Eid & Moya McFadzean, reveals stories from Melbourne’s taxi-driving migrants.

Behind the Wheel ALHSV Conversation

Behind the Wheel ALHSV Conversation

Christine Eid will convene a conversation with Noor El-Aine El-Fahkri, Joe Harb and Tony Radi, who will share their unique stories and diverse experiences in the taxi industry.