Artist Sue Koch's most recent mixed media series entitled Lacings, which ties into her interest in structure, architecture, and textiles. Deeply influenced by Japanese aesthetics and culture, Koch states, “The lacing exercises seek, through a series of simple forms, to stretch beyond the basics to a more complex form and the juxtaposition of each work informs the next.”
Artist and graphic designer, Sue Koch was raised in Connecticut where her father was a topographer, which greatly inspired her career. Koch spent over twenty-five years as the Graphic Design Manager at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET). In 2009 she received her MA from Columbia University. Since leaving the MET in 2014, Koch has been practicing as an independent design consultant providing creative direction, strategy, graphic design, and project management, as well as being a dedicated visual artist.