Noa Raviv is a designer and artist, working in the intersection of fashion art and technology.
For her work entitled Hard Copy, Noa created garments that were inspired by computer glitches and digital errors. The work received immediate press recognition and was presented in exhibitions around the world including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the Manus x Machina at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Noa has been invited to present in museums, universities and art institutions around the world and her work has been featured internationally in websites and magazines such as Vogue Japan, Vogue Italy, Vogue UK, Marie Claire, BBC, Wired and many more. In 2016 She was chosen to be included in the prestigious list of Forbes 30under30 and also was selected by Vogue as one of the best 16 young designers of 2016.
Noa Raviv is fascinated by the tension between harmony and chaos, tradition and innovation, sensitively seeking for the perfect balance. Her work is influenced by the dichotomy of the handmade and machine made and often combines traditional handcraft such as sewing, pleating and beading with innovative technologies such as 3D printing, laser cutting and digital fabric printing.
In her work Noa wishes to turn the imperfect, unexpected and faulty into poetical objects.