Cabinet of Curiosity are textile/costume artist Caroline Collinge & architect Edmond Salter.
They work with paper materials & techniques to make exhibitions, installations & participatory arts activities for commissions with heritage sites, arts organisations, museums & the community.


Tuesday, 23 April 2013


We've been working on paper prototypes for a range of papercraft kits. Light highlights the sculptural quality of the paper folds.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013


Caroline has been researching 'A Peepshow with Views of the Interior of a Dutch House' by Samuel van Hoogstraten, currently in the National Gallery London, for a project Flight: Drawing Interpretations with the research department at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.
A multi-disciplinary event by artists, fashion and costume designers featuring live performance, film and artefact responding to the theme of “Flight” will showcase new works that have been created through the practice of drawing at the National Gallery over a period of a year.
Caroline will be collaborating with virtuoso cellist Li Lu towards a live performance for the free event on June 14th that will showcase costume design and original music based upon the architecture of the room and the perspective box device.
The project is supported by Arts Council England and UAL SEE and DO.