Anne Rudanovski is an Estonian sculptor and educator.
Her work is characterized by immersion in the symbolism of man-made material paper as a symbol of culture. In 2019, she spent six months traveling around the world to document and study the disappearing art of handmade paper production in the traditional 'paper countries' of the world (China, Japan, Korea, etc). An example of her recent work is a series of exhibitions exploring and questioning the meanings of the book as a format. Founder of the Paper Museum (typa.ee) 2010 and Estonian Origami Centre SATORI 2020; A Guinness World Record holder: Together with her students, created the world's largest mosaic of used batteries 2017.