Noriko Suzuki-Bosco’s inter-disciplinary practice includes working with painting, drawing, printmaking, performance, applied craft and artist books.
Noriko is also an experienced community art facilitator.
Noriko’s rich, multi-layered work is constructed using time consuming and labour intensive processes. Her surfaces reflect complex and sometimes ambivalent relationship to a given environment. Her practice is informed by her multi-cultural experience of living and working in different countries and the ensuing sense of 'outsider looking in' that she has experienced.
Noriko studied Fine Art Painting at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London and has a MA in Fine Art Painting from Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. She also holds a degree in International Cultural Studies from Tsuda College in Tokyo, Japan.