Featured at The Design Museum, Kumiko's interactive 'Angry House' project was widely supported with a diverse audience of willing appreciative participants
To see the video of 'Angry House' in action, check out Angry House at The Design Museum
Kumiko draws her inspiration from Nature and, as her projects show, her work evolves, sometimes making quantum leaps into new territories.
From the earliest Landart projects, the relationship between nature, art and environment are explored in exciting new ways that pre-date Rachel Whitehead's work by a decade.
More recent work revolves around Urban Design and moves closer to the realm of architecture.Kumiko Shimizu's controvertial 1995 sculpture of Diana made the front page of the Guardian Newspaper. Kumiko Shimizu
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