Featuring five large-scale installations combining NUNO textiles and art projections, Making Nuno: Visionary Japanese Textiles by Sud? Reiko reveals how Sud? Reiko’s work pushes the boundaries of textile production. Sud? Reiko has been Design Director of leading textile design firm Nuno for over 30 years and is renowned for championing new methods of sustainable manufacturing with manufacturers from across Japan as well as working with unconventional materials and engineering techniques.
Trained as an industrial designer Sud? Reiko works with unusual combinations of diverse materials such as silk, hand-made washi (Japanese paper), nylon tape and thermoplastic, and technologies derived from Japanese hand craft traditions such as caustic burning, weaving and dying. Her designs feature in collections around the world, including MoMA in New York and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.