The Wagon

Caraboo @ Standpoint

45 Coronet Street, London N1 6HD, UK

Thursday 17 October, 6–9pm, Friday 18 October, Saturday 19 October & Sunday 20 October, 12–6pm

The Wagon, Caraboo Projects, 2019

For the Art Licks Weekend, Caraboo Projects embarks on a 150 mile journey on foot to test their interdependence. Collectively they will build a wagon for their walk from Bristol to London.

A record of encounters, exchanges and observations made on the journey will be presented at Standpoint Gallery. As the group trace historic trade routes, they will acknowledge the past whilst exploring how Caraboo can create supportive networks and infrastructures given the current political climate.

Caraboo Projects is a cooperative of artists formed in a disused print works in Bedminster, Bristol. The group strive to build an inclusive and collaborative platform with artists, curators and local members of the community, for experimentation and the development of cross-disciplinary arts in Bristol.

Through an exciting programme of free exhibitions, talks, screenings and workshops, Caraboo aim to support artists’ professional development and create meaningful engagement & education opportunities for the public.


Jessica Akerman, Sophie Alda, George Baldwin, Elena Blanco, Savinder Bual, Felicia Cleveland-Stevens, Pam Rose Cott, Sally Coulden, Katy Day, Constance Fleuriot, Jack Friswell, Happynings, Adam Hedley, Robert Ive, Jenny Male, Polly Maxwell, John O’hare, Chris Owen, Clement Page, Tom Payne, Henry Pope, Mary Roberts-Holmes, Phil Root, Rowan Shaw, Ben GJ Thomas, Hannah Turner-Duffin


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Caraboo @ Standpoint

45 Coronet Street, London N1 6HD, UK