Nobuko Tsuchiya, 11Dimension Project, 2011. Image copyright of the artist, courtesy of Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London.
Nobuko Tsuchiya uses a variety of media to create imaginative sculptures that evoke an arresting narrative quality. Her work incorporates found household objects including mop buckets, table legs, rags and plastic tubing. Her enigmatic sculptures resemble minimalist mechanisms devoid of function, primitive robots, or curious experiments.
She begins by collecting materials she is intuitively attracted to and combining them into polymer-like structures which are then cast. Tsuchiya will be showing her work at Leeds Art Gallery for Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019 and will use the gallery as a studio to assemble the final works.For more information, please click here.