May 07, 2010

 - Suzanne Tick
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Students from NYC’s LREI did a lap loom weaving workshop today at our studio! The project was about getting these potential textile designers of tomorrow to experiment with weaving different types of used materials: newspaper, drycleaning plastic, old tshirts and novelty yarns. We hope the gals had as much fun as we did. The final projects looked pretty awesome.

May 01, 2009

REFUSE DC BY SUZANNE TICK AT InDisposed - Suzanne Tick

Refuse DC by Suzanne Tick will be part of InDisposed.

An off-site design exhibition taking place in New York during the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), InDisposed highlights the twin dichotomies that define contemporary design today: sustainability versus wastefulness, and preciousness versus mass production. 

Opening night: Thursday, May 14. Studio-X, 180 Varick Street, Suite 1610 NYC. Gallery Open to the Public 10-6. May 15-20, 2009

February 21, 2009


Saturday, February 21 from 11AM–3:30PM
MAD: Open Studio Fiber Arts Studio.
Guest Artist-in-residence: Suzanne Tick Studio, 11AM–1PM
Are you wondering what to do with all your dry cleaning refuse? Bring them to the MAD Studios so artist/designer Suzanne Tick can weave them into art structures. In Tick’s current project Refuse DC, she explores the everyday debris we live with from dry cleaners. As an experiment, Tick asked her neighborhood dry cleaners to keep any debris brought back from their customers. As plastic, wire, paper and cardboard tubes started accumulating; it became clear what Tick needed to do…create woven structures, constructive and beautiful.