Between 2001 and 2005, Trailer curated and organised ten independent, contemporary art exhibitions in various, temporary locations in London. The aim was to act as a moving platform to show the work of emerging artists, as well as that of more established artists. Although TRAILER acted as a short-lived gallery, it did not represent artists or claim commission from sales. TRAILER received no funding, the exhibitions were made possible by the participating artists sharing the costs on each occasion. Although TRAILER was not a collective it operated on the principle of a group effort in order to achieve maximum impact through minimum means and the belief that enough is not sufficient.
TRAILER explored the nature of the gallery space and used the ephemeral qualities of these locations to the advantage of each project. Over five years TRAILER showed the work of eighty one artists and used over 70,000sq.ft.of temporary locations.