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Ana Zadnik

MA work

As a Sculpture graduate, my understanding of space is often derived from the illusive, tactile and sublime treatment of form. Being part of the Urban Flow pathway, my interest has been in today’s housing and commuting problems, and the trend of the neo-nomadic lifestyle concentrated around urban areas. Thousands of people on the move, frequently changing cities and living spaces deal with various difficulties, and above all is the problem of home ownership. My Urban Camper is a car, an office and a home, intended to be used for camping in urban environments.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Design

    Programme

    MA Vehicle Design, 2007

  • As a Sculpture graduate, my understanding of space is often derived from the illusive, tactile and sublime treatment of form. Being part of the Urban Flow pathway, my interest has been in today’s housing and commuting problems, and the trend of the neo-nomadic lifestyle concentrated around urban areas. Thousands of people on the move, frequently changing cities and living spaces deal with various difficulties, and above all is the problem of home ownership. My Urban Camper is a car, an office and a home, intended to be used for camping in urban environments.

  • Experience

  • Designer (internship), Toyota, Tokyo, 2006
  • Exhibitions

  • GE Plastic Paris Motor Show, Paris, 2006; International Exhibition of Contemporary Arts,, Città Fiera - Multiseum, Udine, Italy, 2004; MIKROURBANIKA, Pekarna, Maribor, Slovenia, 2003
  • Awards

  • First (grand) Prize, Vehicle Design, General Electric Plasticon Awards, 2006; First, Best Sculpture Department Student, Presernova Nagrada Award, 2003