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Ana Minguez

MA work

Sometimes fiction appears more real to us than real life itself. By translating everyday matters into fictitious scenarios, we can distance ourselves and observe the quotidian under a different light. Mundane experiences that sometimes fail to capture our attention can become interesting topics again and provoke a discussion, raise questions and, most importantly, create an opinion.


I consider written language the quickest path to share an imaginary world; it’s always the origin of a project, but only a part of the result, existing among other media chosen in accordance to the subject.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Visual Communication, 2011

  • Sometimes fiction appears more real to us than real life itself. By translating everyday matters into fictitious scenarios, we can distance ourselves and observe the quotidian under a different light. Mundane experiences that sometimes fail to capture our attention can become interesting topics again and provoke a discussion, raise questions and, most importantly, create an opinion.


    I consider written language the quickest path to share an imaginary world; it’s always the origin of a project, but only a part of the result, existing among other media chosen in accordance to the subject.


  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Product Design, ELISAVA School of Design, Barcelona, Spain, 2008
  • Exhibitions

  • Frankenstein, National Theatre, London, 2011; European Talent , Designhuis Eindhoven, Eindhoven, 2008
  • Awards

  • Winner, Group Award, London Transport Museum, Sense and the City, 2010; Shorlisted, Varley Award, 2010