It is no secret that I am obsessed with caravans, I find Caravans fascinating and it has been my experience that I am not alone in this. They contain memories, dreams and lives. For me they represent escape and adventure, the nomadic dream. For others it’s nostalgia, maybe fond memories of summer holidays at the seaside - of folding chairs, thongs and mozzies - maybe family holidays roaming the interior, red dust and the road less travelled. Yet still for others they can represent a dwelling, either permanent or temporary. They are simultaneously a home, or a home away from home, stationary or mobile. They have a duality that’s quite compelling and I am fascinated with the memories and stories of nostalgia assigned to these objects. And they have the uncanny ability to create a powerful connection between the viewer and the art and it is this connection that I am most interested in. My research continues….