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Anna Andersen

MA work

From vector graphics to real solid objects, digital tools are making their mark on our physical world. My work is developed in the 'digital workshop' using Rapidform technology as a bridge to real, tangible objects. I design objects for ceramic production with a visual appearance pointing back at the virtual. This place, with its perspectives, wire frames and renderings, is magic and beyond my everyday perception of space.

Not being strictly functional extends an invitation to play with domestic settings, lead by a curiosity of what future ceramic products could be.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Ceramics & Glass, 2009

  • From vector graphics to real solid objects, digital tools are making their mark on our physical world. My work is developed in the 'digital workshop' using Rapidform technology as a bridge to real, tangible objects. I design objects for ceramic production with a visual appearance pointing back at the virtual. This place, with its perspectives, wire frames and renderings, is magic and beyond my everyday perception of space.

    Not being strictly functional extends an invitation to play with domestic settings, lead by a curiosity of what future ceramic products could be.

  • Degrees

  • Graduate Diploma, Ceramics, Danish Design School, Denmark, 2004
  • Experience

  • Assistant, International Ceramic Research Center, Denmark, Skaelskoer, 2004-5
  • Exhibitions

  • Constructing Surface, Galleri Formargruppen, Malmo, Sweden, 2008; Work in Progress..., Zentrum für Keramik, Berlin, Germany, 2006; Network, Gallery Stensalen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2006; Talente, Handwerkskammer für München und Oberbayern, Munich, Germany, 2005
  • Awards

  • Svanekegaarden Artist-in-Residence Award, 2007