Ola Mirecka grew up in Warsaw, Poland. She studied Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw where she was a member of the PG13 platform (led by Tomek Rygalik) – responding to experimental design briefs, exhibiting, organizing and taking part in design workshops and competitions as well as industry supported projects. Ola participated in a two-year artist in residence called: Rooted Design for Routed Living. Alternative Design Strategies. This programme was based on exchanges between Polish and Norwegian designers and artists. After completing her studies in Poland she moved to London to study at the Royal College of Art. Ola took her masters degree in Design Products under Daniel Charny and Roberto Feo graduating in 2012. Ola’s work often explores the idea of drawing, through three-dimensional language, narrative, performance, and moving image. Her work has been awarded and exhibited internationally, as well as featured in numerous publications. She is currently working as a designer at Lego in Denmark.
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