Suzumi Noda


Juxtaposition (detail), Suzumi Noda, 2011. Photo: Crafts Council
Juxtaposition (detail), Suzumi Noda, 2011. Photo: Crafts Council

Suzumi Noda Japan

The artist reveals...

...the techniques used to make the work

“ I separated the horizontally linked cardboard Jacquard punch-cards, lacquered them, and rethreaded them vertically”.

...how lace is significant to their work

“ Lace is to make holes, holes which allow the wind to pass through, such that thinking and feeling become more flexible”.

Suzumi Noda is the Director of the Kawashima Textile School, Japan. Exhibitions include Okayama Museum of Modern Art (2010), and the National Art Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria (2003). Her work featured in Knitwear in Fashion edited by Sandy Black (2002).

Supported by the Japan Foundation and Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation
Supported by the Japan Foundation and Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation



Arts Council Esmee Faibairn Swarovski