Playing with Light, Transforming Space

Lunin, Lois
October 2001
Surface Design Journal;Fall2001, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with Suzanne Tick, an artist, consultant to the textile industry and creative director of KnollTextiles, is presented. She explains the technical process of Imago, the new textile product of the company. When asked how did she learn about the new resin and encapsulation process, Tick refers to a scientist. Aside from textiles, she also reveals her other interests.


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