Trash and Treasure explores the Oakleigh community's use of an everyday location - a carpark - as a vibrant and bustling marketplace, and celebrates the difference that this brings out.

This highlights the changing nature of the Hanover Street carpark - from a boring, black and white, blank slate to the bustling and vibrant Sunday market. An important part of Oakleigh's culture, this market is an incredibly interesting place that is captured in this project through photography and sound recordings. Red cutouts are used to exclude cars, which are the usual inhabitants of the location, and instead highlight the variety of people and things going on. Furthermore, transparent sheets are scattered throughout the book that trace the lines on the ground that usually divide up the space.