'Meva's Garden' is a film work by Aoife Desmond shot on super 8 with an audio soundtrack made collaboratively with Karl Burke. This film documents Meva, a Bosnian woman and her garden on a piece of vacant land opposite her house in North inner city Dublin. The audio uses recorded conversations with Meva, site recordings and fragments of narrative to tell Meva's story but also the artist's own relationship to gardening and wasteland sites. The film documents the garden in Springtime and the adjacent vacant plot of land which was used for the temporary garden project "Flowers for the Altar" by Aoife Desmond as part of The Five Lamps Festival in April 2012. This site became a temporary community garden, 'Five Lamps Garden'. Both gardens are situated at the corner of Dunne Street and North William Street next to St Agatha's church in the heart of the Five Lamps, Dublin 1. This film was commissioned by Five Lamps Festival and funded by Dublin City Council Arts Office.