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Anne Rudanovski

Artist's country of origin: Estonia

Anne Rudanovski is an Estonian sculptor and art professor. Educated at the Estonian Academy of Arts from 1984-1990, her work is characterized by an immersion in the symbolism of man-made material paper as a symbol of culture. In 2019, she spent six months travelling around the world to document and study the disappearing art of handmade paper production in the traditional ‘paper countries’ of the world (China, Japan, Korea etc). An example of her recent work is a series of exhibitions exploring and questioning the meanings of the book as a format, the first of which, ‘Appreciated and Abandoned Books I. The Repository’, was held at the Kondas Centre in 2017. This was followed by “AA II (2018), “AA III. The Need to Forget” (2018), “AA IV. Reading I-II” (2021). Professor at the Sculpture Department of the Pallas School of Art since 2014. Founder of the Paper Museum 2010. Estonian Origami Centre SATORI founder 2020. A Guinness World Record holder: Together with her students, created the
world’s largest mosaic of used batteries, 2017.


Fragile moments I by Anne Rudanovski
Fragile moments I  
56 x 74 cm
Fragile moments II by Anne Rudanovski
Fragile moments II  
74 x 56 cm

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