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Cara Tolmie Born - Glasgow, 1984 Education BA (hons) Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee 2001 – 2005 Konstfack, Stockholm, Erasmus exchange 2004 Transmission Gallery Committee member April 2006 - May 2008 LUX Associate Artists Programme October 2009 – October 2010 Selected Exhibitions 2011 A Threepenny Opera, S1 Artspace, Sheffield Read Thou Art and Read Thou Shalt Remain, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee Young London, V22, The Biscuit Factory, London Maybe I should have called it 'My life in nineteen minutes', in association with AIR, Art InternationalRadio and The Clocktower Gallery, New York Graham Ball, Collaborative performance with Paul Abbot, Grand Union, Birmingham 2010 Oceanfront Nights - Performance project with Creative Time NYC for Art Basel, Miami IPS Radio, International Project Space, Birmingham CINACT – Serpentine Cinema, Screening at The Gate Cinema showing with Laure Provost, curated by Serpentine Gallery, Sketch and Picturehouse Cinemas, London A Midsummers Day Dream, New performance for event organised by Optimo and Tramway revolving around performance by Nurse With Wound, Tramway, Glasgow The Kiss of Life, as part of Glasgow International Festiaval, Old Glue Factory, Glasgow Urlibido, Event for Glasgow International Festival, curated by Sarah Lowndes, Kim Colemanand Jenny Hogarth, Sloans Ball Room, Glasgow The Voice is a Language for Glasgow International, Curated by Isla Leaver-Yap, Tramway, Glasgow, 21st Century, Chisenhale Gallery, London curated by Morag Keil and Manuela Gernedel, 2009 October Show, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow Grey Matter, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh 2008 Event Horizon as part of GSKcontemporary, 6 Burlington Gardens, London Last Tango in Partick, Exhibition/event with LowSalt, The Now Museum, Glasgow Solo Exhibition at Sierra Metro Gallery, Edinburgh The Boethian Slip, Generator Projects, Dundee 2007 Digital VD, Ice Box, Crane Art Centre, Philadelphia, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Galerie Weissraum, Kyoto, Japan, Groenhazengracht, Netherlands, Matts Flat, Warsaw, Poland 2006 Have Pity on our Passions, Point Conference Centre, Edinburgh You’ve got your head on backwards, One Ton Prop, Glasgow Studio Project 6 – Cara Tolmie and Laurence Elliot, Six week residency with exhibition, Market Gallery, Glasgow They had four years…, Generator Projects, Dundee 2005 Manual, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee Mobile Shop Unit, Intake 1 + 2, Lower Foyer Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee Baltic IX Triennial of International Art: BMW, ICA, London, (Curated by CAC, Vilnius) Dundee Alternative Degree Show, Templeton Carpet Factory,Glasgow, (co-curated and exhibited) 2004 Björn’s Desires, Konstfack, Stockholm Commissions Frieze Projects, Frieze Art Fair, London October 2011 New Sound work in collaboration with Mark Briggs for Aye-Aye books September 2009 Screenings and Events Scottish Screen, PIST, Istanbul, January 2011 Showreel, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, November 2009 2HB book launch event performance, CCA, Glasgow, November 2009 Artists' Film and Cinema Programme, for South Side Studios at Stereo, Glasgow, September 2008 The Boethian Slip Performance event, Generator Projects, Dundee, July 2008 Negative Nights, Screening of video work and artist talk, Edinburgh Printmakers, February 2008 Popup Films, Screening events in Glasgow and Bradford, April, July 2007 Decadent de Masi, Collaborative dance performance with Steven Cairns, November 2006 City Function Suite, Dundee Dance Generation, Collaborative dance performance with Steven Cairns, May 2006 With Generator projects, Dundee Bibliography Emerging artist's profile by Will Holder, MAP magazine, Autumn 2010 Text work for 2HB published by CCA, Glasgow, March 2009 Digital VD, March 2007 PARADE, Contributor to discussion panel, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, March 2007 The List, June 2006 MAP magazine, Autumn 2005 Awards Professional development fund for Individuals – Scottish Arts Council, January 2010 Glasgow Visual Artists Award – Glasgow City Council, December 2009 Hope Scott Trust fund through Sierra Metro gallery, November 2008 Glasgow Visual Artists Award - Glasgow City Council, December 2007

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