All images © Julia Riddiough
Website by Sam Nightingale
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
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)