C A R O L I N E   R U M L E Y

ABOUT

STILL

MOVING

Caroline is a multi-modal storyteller working with video, pictures, found footage, text, spoken word, cinemagraphs, and sound.  She is interested in the visual narrative in its many forms, particularly in what Malcolm Gladwell calls a “thin-sliced instance,” that brief flash that tells you all you need to know.

 

 

 

professional practice

 

 

2019-20 - Kirk Visiting Artist, Agnes Scott College (Atlanta, Georgia)

 

2010-Present - visual artist and filmmaker (Atlanta)

 

1993-2000 - costume and clothing design and construction (Austin/Los Angeles/Berlin/Knoxville)

 

 

education

 

 

M.A. in Film, Video, and Digital Imaging, Georgia State University

M.F.A. in Theatrical Design, University of Texas at Austin

B.A. in German, Davidson College

 

 

 

accolades

 

 

Right Turn - 2018 Georgia State University Student Film Festival - Best Documentary

 

2018 Houston Center for Photography Fellowship Honorable Mention Award Winner

 

Charlotte Cotton’s Best of 2017, British Journal of Photography

 

The Opposite of This,Kino Wie Noch Nie “Das Gute Leben” Cellphone-Film Competition 2017, Vienna - First Place

 

 

festival screenings

 

 

2018

 

Shoes Without Feet, Zebra Poetry Film Festival, Münster/Berlin

Right Turn, Still Voices Short Film Festival, Ballymahon, Ireland

Right Turn, West Virginia Mountaineer Short Film Festival

The Whole Speaks, 42nd Atlanta Film Festival Documentary Short

Right Turn, Georgia State University Student Film Festival  - Best Documentary

Open Season, Georgia State University Student Film Festival

 

 

2017

 

The Opposite of This,“Das Gute Leben” Handy-Film Competition, Vienna - First Place

Shoes Without Feet, Indie Cork O’bheal Poetry Film Competition, Cork

Shoes Without Feet, Filmpoem Festival 2017, Lewes

Unshot, Filmpoem Festival 2017, Lewes

Unshot, Festival Silencio 2017, Lisbon

What a Diff’rence, Berlin Flash Film Festival Super Short Documentary

Es sind nicht alle lustig, die tanzen, Georgia State University Student Film Festival

 

 

exhibitions

 

 

2018 Houston Center for Photography Fellowship Honorable Mention Award Winner, curated by Charlotte Cotton

2017 November 9th (Upon Waking), Short Shorts: Truth, Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta

2017 Houston Center for Photography Juried Members’ Show, Houston

2017 Decatur Arts Alliance Fine Arts Exhibition, Dalton Gallery, Atlanta

2017 Puppy Love, Hathaway Contemporary, Atlanta

2016 Decatur Arts Alliance Fine Arts Exhibition, Dalton Gallery, Atlanta

2016 Walkabout, Shakerag Workshop Sewanee, Tennessee. Screening interactive projects The Dance and Mood Generator  

2015 Decatur Arts Alliance Fine Arts Exhibition, Dalton Gallery, Atlanta

2015 Everyone You Know, One Twelve Gallery, Atlanta

2014 Concepts, Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta, GA, screening Baloney, But Underneath, and Afterburn

2014 Light of the Moon, Sandra J. Blain Galleries, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

2013 Portfolio 2013, Atlanta Photography Group, Atlanta

2013 Slow Exposures 2013, Pike County, Georgia

2010 Solo Photography Exhibition, Baloney, Environs Gallery, Atlanta

 

 

writing

 

 

2017

 

The Toll, South Carolina Underground Film Festival - short screenplay finalist

The Toll, Austin Revolution Film Festival Writing Competition  -  short screenplay nominee

The Runner, South Carolina Underground Film Festival - short screenplay finalist

What Herb Saw, Austin Revolution Film Festival Writing Competition - feature semi-finalist

 

 

publications and press

 

 

The Whole Speaks, an experimental documentary, Aquifer: The Florida Review Online, July 2018

 

One Step Away, a video poem, Atticus Review, 20 July 2018

 

Shoes Without Feet, a video poem, Hope, B. et al., (2018). Performances. Body, Space & Technology. 17(1), pp.131–152.

 

Es sind nicht alle lustig, die tanzen, an experimental video, Atticus Review, 26 January 2018; picked up and reposted on Zebra Poetry Film, June 2018

 

Unshot, a video poem, Poetry Film Live August Edition 2017

 

Grant, Catherine. Videographic Screen Media Criticism by Female Critics, Scholars and Artists, Film Studies For Free

 

Give Me a Smile, a video essay, [in]Transition: a Media Commons Cinema Journal, 4.1 3rd Anniversary Edition 2017

 

Give Me a Smile, a video essay, [in]Transition: a Media Commons Cinema Journal, 3.2 2017; picked up and reposted by filmscalpel.com

 

Tarvis E. Thompson, “Environs Gallery Blends Art and Environmental Sciences,” Public Health Magazine, Atlanta, GA, Fall 2011, p. 7

 

 

 

conferences and speaking

 

 

Invited Speaker, Georgia State University, Videographic Criticism Panel, Intro to Graduate Studies, Dept. of Film, Media, and    Theatre, 2017

 

November 9th (Upon Waking), 2017 Console-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, Greenville, North Carolina

 

Give Me a Smile, 2017 Console-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Video, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, Greenville, North Carolina