Julia Riddiough

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Julia Riddiough Internal States

Internal States

A six-month collaborative project with Kent artist Kati Saqui.

A touring site-specific installation using a caravan as a vessel for our current projects Misguided (Riddiough) and Emotional Cartography (Saqui), raising questions around how we map our emotions. The caravan is a gigantic viewing box signifying the exploration of the human condition looking both inwards and out. Themes of neglect, anxiety and isolation inform the work and sense of being and place.

A blog has been produced to document the tour and includes portraits of visitors to the caravan and also a 'misguided portrait gallery' As part of the intervention we have created a 'diary of emotion' to log audiences’ feelings, emotions and responses to the project. This took the form of a physical book and blog.


Caravan Re-purposed (2010)
1981 Alpine Sprite Caravan 12ft x 10ft (interior including seating, display cabinet and plinths)
Interior - white walls, grey floor and dry transfer headings and postcard wallpaper reproduced from the Misguided book on walls/ceiling. Exterior – white walls and free standing signage

Projects: Misguided
Misguided artists' book (details here) and Misguided postcard boxed set (thirteen individual postcards reproduced from book presented in archive postal boxes wrapped in kraft paper, screen printed)

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