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Zuzanna Weiss is a London based animator and designer interested in interactive synergies of animation product design, architecture and interior design. BA (Hons) in Illustration and Animation at Kingston University London (2012), Weiss is currently attending an MA program in Animation at the Royal College of Art. She narrates through a series of mixed-media video works her researches on location-experimentation with moving image and her collaborative and multidisciplinary projects on the multiple implications of “animated architecture”, its interactions with natural elements and its impact on viewers. In the short documentary "Propeller", a large-scale kinetic curtain is displayed on the north facade of the Royal College of Art campus in South Kensington (Great Britain). Through a combination of live-footage frames with photos and drawings of the planning and assembling process, the installation is filmed as it interacts with the wind and the natural light through 665 coloured pieces rotating and spinning like small propellers. Her design film "Centrepiece" aims at involving the audience and induce their curiosity about the interdisciplinary lighting project she designed and completed in collaboration with Sabina Weiss and Oluwaseyi Sosanya for the 2014 Lexus Design Award through designboom. Among her various collaborations, the animation "A Tale of a Sickly Whale" she made with Rosanna Wan was broadcasted for BBC Radio 4 series, "Short Cuts", produced by Falling Tree Productions. She founded the Altherr/Weiss company and gathered professional experiences as project manager and film producer at Domaine de Boisbuchet, Lessac (France) and as Director and Animator at BBC Radio 4, London. Weiss was awarded first prize in the Gorilla Magazine and Ideas Tap East Award (2012) and her projects were exhibited in various venues, including SHOP!, KK Outlet, London (2010); Dr Pong All–Stars, The Horse Hospital, London (2010); Late at V&A, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2014).

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Published on Jul 29, 2015