Ane Christensen grew up in Denmark and came to London to study at the Royal College of Art before setting up her practise in 1999.
"Having made functional tableware for years, my work is becoming increasingly abstract and less concerned with traditional perceptions of function. My new work investigates the meeting of contrasting elements within a form. The essence is the dialogue, tension or collision that happens in that meeting point. My work continues to explore the subjects of illusion and balance. Adding a playful element of wonder to the experience of engaging with my work."
Ane has exhibited her work internationally and it is included in public collections such as the Crafts Council, Victoria & Albert Museum, Museum of Decorative Arts, Copenhagen and the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.