Karin Tokunaga is a process based textile practitioner
b. Kobe, lives and works in Stockholm


2015-2019    Textile Design (BA Hons), First Class, Glasgow School of Art,


2019    School of Design Dissertation Prize, ‘Resist Techniques and Techniques of Resistance: Crafting Patterns of Cultural Identity Through Textile Based Tactile Intelligence’
2019    Centre for Advanced Textiles Bursary Award
2019    Sustainability in Action Group Funding, Glasgow School of Art Sustainability
2018    The Gillian Purvis Award for Travel for Primary Research


2021    Textile for Strandkantens Folkspa, Malin Lin Nordström & Jens Masimov, Södertälje
2019    Aizen-myōō (“dyed in love”), part of Degree Show, Glasgow School of Art
2019    4th Year Fashion and Textiles Work In Progress, Fleming House, Glasgow
2018    Group Residency, 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow
2018    Home Of Multiple Occupancy, Transmission Members Show, Glasgow
2018    In Residence, Glasgow School of Art POC Society, 16 Nicholson St, Glasgow
2018    In Conversation With Shaheeda Sinckler, In Residence, Market Gallery, Glasgow 
2017    Composite, Oxford House, Glasgow
2017    Jupiter Campout: ROMANTI-CRASH!, Babaloose group performance, Jupiter Artland
2016    Hill St, Glasgow 
2016    Milk and Two Sugars, Glasgow


2022    Costume for Super Detour Augury, performance and exhibition by Jens Masimov, Galleri Konsfack, Stockholm
2021    Costume and set design assistant to Tove Dreiman for echoes, MDT and Dansehallerne x Copenhagen Contemporary