Sayaka Miyata is a young Japanese artist who creates otherworldly compositions of fruits, vegetables and other plants using embroidery techniques. Her works is rooted in the art of textile-dyeing, for which she majored in college. But she began incorporating embroideries into her textiles to give them depth and volume. Her style evolved in graduate school when she began experimenting with a sewing machine, giving her embroideries the warped look of a computer glitch.
Her work will be part of The Mirror, a group exhibition taking place in a soon-to-be demolished office building in Ginza.