Anke Buchmann is an emerging artist based in London and Berlin. Her work encompasses ceramic objects and embodied experiences through clay. Her overall interest lays in examining the different dimensions of experiences that come from the artist, the audience, the process and the object. She is following a 2-fold approach, balancing between experience in engagement and interaction, and material in the form of clay.
Anke graduated from the University of Arts, Berlin in 2005 after studying Electronic Business and from 2003 until 2013 she worked for leading agencies in digital advertisement in Berlin, Stockholm and Vienna. She worked as Head of User Experience Design for sociomantic labs, one of the most successful startups in Germany in 2014 and taught at Miami Ad School Berlin. After 10 years she moved away from digital and has been focussing on tangible experiences since.
In Summer 2018 Anke received a first class honours degree in Ceramics from Central Saint Martins. During her studies she has been nominated twice one of the best emerging creatives from the University of the Arts, London. She was the Winner of the NextGen Design Award in 2016 and won the Good Design Awards 2017.
By Tate Modern Director Frances Morris Anke was selected and consulted as one of the most talented artists from UAL* in 2018.
She exhibited in solo and group shows in Berlin, London and France as part of the British Ceramic Biennial, Pangolin London, Ceramic Art London, London Design Festival, Central Saint Martins, Lethaby Gallery, Art Bermondsey Project Space, Sugarhouse Studios, The Hub at Wellcome Collection London and Domaine de Boisbuchet, France. Anke is also a Fellow of Domaine de Boisbuchet.
In 2018 Anke has been selected by VanityFair for the A-List of incoming talents and highlighted by Refinery29 as artist to watch, listed amongst “5 Young Female Artists That Are Going To Be Big”.
*(UAL) University of the Arts London, nominated in 2018 second best art & design university worldwide.
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