CABINET OF CURIOSITY STUDIO CV
EDUCATION: EDMOND SALTER
2012-2014 MSt Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment, University of Cambridge
2008-2009 Certificate of Professional Practice: Architecture, University College London
2003-2004 MSc Advanced Architectural Studies, University College London
1996-1998 Diploma Architecture, Mackintosh School of Architecture
1995 Erasmus Certificate Architecture, Escuéla Tecnica de Arquitectura/University of Barcelona
1992-1995 BA (Hons) Architecture, De Montfort University: Leicester (2:1)
EDUCATION: CAROLINE COLLINGE
2003–2004 MA Scenography, LABAN Conservatoire of Dance
1999–2002 BA (Hons) Theatre Design (Costume Design), Wimbledon School of Art
1997-1999 BTEC Higher National Diploma Art and Design (Textiles), Newcastle College of Art
Design Workshop: A Space to Dance, Young Vic Theatre, London
Le Coq technique workshops investigated designing spaces for performance.
Course Development: Collaborative Performance, University of the Arts London
Studio workshop activities explored the content of a new MA course at Central Saint Martins.
BBC Step Up Media Trainee, BBC London
BBC training course aimed at working professionally in the media industry and delivering news stories across different platforms with a specialist focus on the use of online platforms.
Royal Court theatre Young Writers Group Royal Court Theatre, London
Writing workshops with award winning playwrights David Eldridge and Simon Stephens that culminated in an extract from Caroline's play selected for performance in the Jerwood Space at the Royal Court Theatre.
PUBLICATIONS, EXHIBITIONS AND OTHER OUTCOMES
Selected Recent Exhibitions
Anatomica (solo), Rochester Art Gallery, Medway (upcoming)
Katagami in Practice: Japanese Stencils in the Art School, Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA), Middlesex University, Asia House, London
Band of Brothers (solo), Guildhall Museum, Medway
Paper Studio (solo), Guildford Cathedral, Surrey
The Art of Mapping (solo), Royal Engineers Museum, Medway
Global Footprints, Northampton Shoe Lounge, Northamptonshire
Band Stand (solo), National Railway Museum, Durham
A Picture Unfolds (Solo), Minnie Weisz Studio, London
Forgotten Spaces, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Royal National Theatre, London
Kings Cross Stories Part 3, Kings Cross Reveal Festival, Minnie Weisz Studio, London
Selected Recent Commissions
Rivers of the World, Thames Festival Trust and British Council, London and International Tour
Paper Menagerie, Forest of Imagination, Bath
Paper House, V & A Museum of Childhood, London
Toddler’s Room, Dybwik Dans, Norway and International Tour
Tall Ships Festival: Floatilla, Greenwich, London
Open Book: Storyville, Transported, Lincolnshire Libraries, Lincolnshire
Outline of Silence, Dybwik Dans, London and Norway
London Lines, Jaybird Live Literature and Southbank Centre, London
Between the Folds, Dybwik Dans, Stavanger Concert Hall, Norway and Bellem Cultural Centre, Lisbon
The Sound of a Voice, Volta Theatre, Grimeborn Opera Festival, Arcola Theatre, London
Scrubber, Label Films, London Short Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival and UK cinema tour.
New Windows on Willesden Green, The Architecture Foundation, London
Folded, SDNA, Mapping Festival, Geneva and Signal Festival, Italy
Peoples Cathedral Project Artist in Residence, Guildford Cathedral, Surrey
School of Craft and Design Artist in Residence, University for the Creative Arts, Rochester, Medway
Re: Make Maker in Residence, The Silk Mill, Derby
Creativeworks London Creative Entrepreneur in Residence, V & A Museum of Childhood, London
Presentations and Talks
Speaker in ‘Japonisme in Design Practice: Translating Cross-Cultural Material Culture’, Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture (MoDA), Middlesex University conference at Asia House, London: ‘Katagami in the Art School Practitioner’. 10th April.
Speaker in ‘The Space Between: Psyche, Body, Skin, Environment’, The Fashion Research Network conference at Royal College of Art, London: ‘Katagami in Practice: Waves’. 3rd February.
Speaker in ‘Flight: Drawing Interpretations’, London College of Fashion and the National Gallery conference at London College of Fashion, London: ‘Unfolding the Dutch Perspective Box’ . 24th May.
Presentation of design and performance project ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ within the Department of Fashion and Textiles, School of Material, Royal College of Art, London. 6th December.
Speaker in ‘Association of Fashion and Textiles (AFT) Courses Event Day’ at the Royal College of Art: ‘Art of the Trionfi’. 11th May.
(2016) A. Vaccari (Ed.), Moda', Citta E Immagineri, Milan: Mimesis Edizioni ISBN 978-88-5753-771-9
(2012) New Windows on Willesden Green, London: The Architecture Foundation ISBN 978-0-9572506-1-1
(2011) New Windows on Willesden Green, London Evening Standard (feature)
(2011) Another Magazine, (Rachel Weisz, Guest Editor) (online feature)
(2010) Kings Cross Stories Part 3, Blueprint Magazine (feature)
(2010) RIBA Forgotten Spaces, Architects Journal (feature)
AWARDS AND GRANTS
2018, Heritage Lottery Fund First World War: then and now. Funds for a WW1 community engagement project to commemorate the end of World War 1 involving research and exhibition of paper toys published 1914-18.
2017, Ashley Family Foundation Grant. Funds for a rural community project that involved engaging public participation in paper textiles workshops. This culminated in an exhibition at National Trust site Owletts, Kent.
2015 Community Development Foundation Award: First Steps. Research and development funds explored community engagement in designing urban spaces.
2015 Gane Trust Bursary. Funds for research and development of my origami textile practice.
2014–15, Arts Council England Grants for the Arts. Funds for The Art of Mapping exhibition at the Royal Engineers Museum, Medway, commemorating 200th anniversary of the Waterloo map.
2014, Creativeworks London: Creative Entrepreneur in Residence. Funds for research of architectural paper toys and models held within the Robert Freidus Collection, V & A Museum of Childhood London.
2013, Arts Council England Grants for the Arts. Funds for research and development of a performance piece Peep Show, drawing upon the Dutch perspective box within the National Gallery London.
2013, University of the Arts London See & Do Bursary. Seed funding for research and development of a performance piece Peep Show, drawing upon the Dutch perspective box within the National Gallery London.
2008, Oppenheim-John Downes Memorial Award. Funds for research and development into creating origami textiles for use within dance costumes.
2007, The Peter Minet Trust. Funds for a costume-led performance piece at the Prague Quadrennial and Camberwell Arts Festival, based on the 1892 novel The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.