Since Eva and Andrea met as part of the Collectively LGBTQIA+ podcast series launched by Towner Eastbourne in 2022 and the following collective curatorial project Cruising the Collection, they have collaborated on a series of projects. 
Selected projects include: 

Holding the Invisible
A series of analogue photographic collages constructed collaboratively. 

Presented here, a year after Mindel underwent major cervical spine surgery, the work alludes to the misrepresentation of disability — how others often judge by physical attributes rather than actions and words.

The layered imagery, containing four images as a single piece, was made after conversations around seeing, form, and the importance of breaking down and taking apart single images.
WAR?! WHAT WAR? - How does one achieve eternal bliss? 
To mark the 102nd anniversary of the 1st Dada International Exhibition in Berlin, 31 d/Deaf, Disabled and Neurodivergent artists staged Dada-inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Britain and Northern Ireland on 2 July 2022. The interventions cover a wide range of artistic practices including performative, time-based, ephemeral, quirky, unusual, minimal, solo/duo/group, digital, and much more. 
Using the traditional embroidery technique of goldwork, they incorperated a surprising and original approach. Andrea Mindel’s needlework practice confronts themes of social injustice, grief, and mourning within the context of the climate crisis, illness, disease, and genocide. Embroidering with conscience and creating materiality through the repetitive motion of stitches, Andrea’s work pays tribute, memorialising and making beautiful things from difficult narratives.