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Illumini is planning more events, and is looking for artist's, from all genres, including performance, that use light in their work.

We also offers work placement opportunities for artists.

Illumini, offers great advertising packages for companies, that would like to be part of an exciting event, that attracts a large and wide audience.

For further details please contact Jane Webb via the contact page.


Represented artist's for Illumini Event 20102010 . . . . .. .. /////////////// .............../. BACK ... NEXT PROFILE

Category: Visual Artrist
Location: London
Contact: Email


Graduated from Wimbledon School of Art with a BA (Hons) in Costume Design (Theatre Design) and has a Masters degree in Scenography (for dance) from LABAN. Her work has been shown at the Royal Court, The Royal National Theatre, The Roundhouse, Camberwell Arts Festival and Shunt amongst others.
She has previously been a member of the Royal Court young writers group in addition to training at the BBC in journalism and online communication on a Step Up media scheme.
She is due to undertake PhD research at London College of Fashion.

  • Shortlisted for the RIBA Forgotten Spaces competition 2010. 
  • Shortlisted for the Museumaker contemporary craft scheme 2010.
  • Costume designer for Scratch written and directed by Jakob Rørvik produced by the Oscar winning Production Company Breakthru Films. Winner of Best Short Film award at Aubagne Festival 2010.
  • Production designer for Trapped, an interactive film for the charity ‘Shelter'. Winner of IVCA Clarion Award for Interactive Media 2009.


Architectural spaces and psychological resonances are the catalyst for costumes and sculptural forms that explore the crossover between textiles, costume and scenography using a juxtaposition of materials, scale and form to create designs for film, installation and multi-media performance. The boundaries between art and design are questioned through a fine art approach informed by function – a costume may be worn for performance or exhibited as a piece of work in its own right .


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Above images copyright of Caroline Collinge 2004-2010

Above images copyright of Caroline Collinge, Lou Smith & SDNA 2009