Cabinet of Curiosity

Caroline Collinge studied  design for performance at Wimbledon School of Art & LABAN Conservatoire of Dance. She has trained in journalism at the BBC &  was a member of the Royal Court Theatre’s Young Writers group, under the tutorage of playwrights David Eldridge & Simon Stephens. Her written work was selected for the Royal Court Young Writers Festival  &  publically staged in their Jerwood Space. 

Edmond Salter is a RIBA chartered architect who has worked in professional practice as an architect in a range of London offices. He has recently completed post-graduate research studies at the University of Cambridge having previously studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL), the Mackintosh School of Architecture (Glasgow School of Art) & Barcelona School of Architecture (Spain). 

Collaborations have investigated stories, architecture, places & crafts with the aim of exposing new audiences to design & visual art in unexpected settings. paper engineering, origami & paper cuts are signature techniques that inspire an innovative & environmentally sustainable approach to making work.

Cabinet of Curiosity are STEM Ambassadors (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics).  Their projects are defined by a creative philosophy where art inspires science & science inspires art.

Commissions & exhibitions include:

V & A Museum of Childhood//Thames Festival Trust//Southbank Centre//Thames Festival Trust//The Architecture Foundation//The Roundhouse//Liege Opera House//Latitude Festival//BRASS Durham International Festival//British Council//Breakthru Films//RIBA Forgotten Spaces//Camberwell Arts Festival//Jaybird Live Literature//Kings Cross Reveal Festival//Minnie Weisz Studio//National Gallery London//Northampton Shoe Lounge//The Silk Mill Derby//Dybwikdans Norway//Trove Birmingham. 

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