April 8, 2012
Contemporary Textile Artist
Michiko Kawarabayashi
She combines traditional Japanese materials – mizuhiki, kaya – with more contemporary materials to create her architectonic, transparent, sculptural works, which are formed by her personal techniques. Movement, light, shadow and space, plus an acute material understanding are the central elements in her approach.

Contemporary Textile Artist

Michiko Kawarabayashi

She combines traditional Japanese materials – mizuhiki, kaya – with more contemporary materials to create her architectonic, transparent, sculptural works, which are formed by her personal techniques. Movement, light, shadow and space, plus an acute material understanding are the central elements in her approach.

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