The Caravan Gallery Q&A

The Caravan Gallery is a mobile exhibition space, visual arts project and event space run by artists Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale. The Caravan Gallery has appeared at a number of Revolutionary Arts events, and Jan and Chris have worked on Revolutionary Arts projects in Carlisle, Coventry, Shoreham by Sea and Worthing.

Describe yourself in three words

Cheeky, curious, enthusiastic

Who or what inspires you?

Everyday life; absurdity, random or otherwise

What puts a smile on your face?

Maverick individuals doing things in their own special way

Who do you admire the most?

People who find inventive ways of dealing with ridiculous rules and regulations, and people who smile and stay positive against all odds

Best piece of advice you received?

‘There are no problems, only solutions’

Which is your favourite word?

Bustard

Reasons to be cheerful?

Every day holds new photo opportunities and unexpected delights

What are your guilty pleasures?

Studying psychogeography in bed

What keeps you awake at night?

Too many ideas / mending wayward computers

What is your favourite colour?

Brutalist grey concrete against a shockingly blue sky is good

Describe your perfect day

A warm sunny one exploring somewhere new with a camera

This interview was originally completed as part of Made In South Kilburn, a Made Labs project. Revolutionary Arts commissioned Made labs for the Empty Shops Network’s Workshop 24 space in South Kilburn.

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  1. […] the reality and surreality of ‘the way we live today’. The Caravan Gallery artists have previously worked with the Empty Shops Network on projects in Brixton, Carlisle, Coventry, Kilburn and Shoreham by […]

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