Reiko Sudo. Cracked Cloth Fabric (no. 9-146A). 1993

Reiko Sudo Cracked Cloth Fabric (no. 9-146A) 1993

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In 1984 Sudo was one of the founders of NUNO Corporation, a textile company interested in integrating traditional aesthetics with modern technological innovations. The bold, unfettered beauty of her work has garnered worldwide recognition and exhibitions in the United States, India, and Israel. This extraordinary fractured textile is created by bonding polyester organdy and rayon cloth. Patterns are produced by printing with an acid that burns out parts of the rayon fiber without affecting the polyester.

Gallery label from Rough Cut: Design Takes a Sharp Edge, November 26, 2008–October 12, 2009.
Manufacturer
NUNO Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Medium
Polyester and rayon
Dimensions
177 x 46" (449.6 x 116.8 cm)
Credit
Gift of the manufacturer
Object number
245.1994
Copyright
© 2022 Reiko Sudo
Department
Architecture and Design
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