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OBJECT / 2022-now

OBJECT / 2022-now

Jamy / 2020 / The “Jamy” [Caves] project marks another attempt at capturing a certain “sensation”. I

Jamy / 2020 / The “Jamy” [Caves] project marks another attempt at capturing a certain “sensation”. I

Shape / 2019-2020 / The collection is a series of objects created over the course of two years. They

Shape / 2019-2020 / The collection is a series of objects created over the course of two years. They

Decay / 2017/ The objects are result of a month of research during my design residency at Ditchling

Decay / 2017/ The objects are result of a month of research during my design residency at Ditchling

Fossils / 2017 / Fossils are objects that require involvement. Their user cannot remain indifferent

Fossils / 2017 / Fossils are objects that require involvement. Their user cannot remain indifferent

Earth Stone Wood / 2015 / In the forests of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, the oldest mountain range

Earth Stone Wood / 2015 / In the forests of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, the oldest mountain range

All strange things / 2012-14 / Collection of objects

All strange things / 2012-14 / Collection of objects

Alatyr / 2015 / Video

Alatyr / 2015 / Video

Aphorisms / 2012 / Installation

Aphorisms / 2012 / Installation

12 February 2011, 16:00:50 / 2012 / Video installation

12 February 2011, 16:00:50 / 2012 / Video installation

Pocket sculpture - Creative thing / 2015 / Modular building blocks for children and for adults

Pocket sculpture - Creative thing / 2015 / Modular building blocks for children and for adults

To be connected to something big / 2013 / Photography

To be connected to something big / 2013 / Photography

Anna Bera is a multidisciplinary creative, sculptress and designer specializing in functional art using wood as her main medium. She was born in 1985 and raised in a small village in the Swietokrzyskie Mountains, Poland. In 2014 she launched her own design studio and workshop based in Warsaw dedicated to creating unique objects, crafted by hand from wood, with inspiration coming from Bera's observations of the relationship between humans and nature — from a biological, spiritual and cultural perspective. The artist focuses on the ways the objects are used and on their ritualistic significance in everyday life.

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