Japanese Textile Innovation from Sudō Reiko
Explore the innovative work of textile designer Sudō Reiko in this virtual exhibition
MAKING NUNO Japanese Textile Innovation from Sudō Reiko showcases the innovative work of Japanese textile designer Sudō Reiko, who is renowned for pushing boundaries of textile production and championing new methods of sustainable manufacturing. Sudō has been the design director of leading textile design firm Nuno for over 30 years and is a member of the Japan Design Committee.
The exhibition was produced in collaboration with the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT) in Hong Kong and artistic director Saitō Seiichi of Panoramatiks.
The creation of this virtual exhibition is supported by JTI UK and Yamaha Music Europe GmbH.
Exploring the exhibition
Discover more about Sudō's designs as well as the materials and techniques used by clicking on the information icons beside each exhibit.
The magnifying glass icons will show you the textures of these textiles up close.
You can hop between exhibits using the circular portals on the floor, or via the carousel at the bottom of your screen.
Staircase icons will take you down to the Lower Ground Floor Gallery exhibition space and up to the Tatami Room, where another of Sudō's installations is displayed.
Click on the video icons to hear the NUNO team discuss each of the exhibits in further detail, and transport yourself to the Japanese textile factories where the exhibits were made through the speaker icons.
To immerse yourself in this exhibition, click on the full screen icon on the top right-hand corner of the tour and found out more about its creators below.