Sydney Sieh-Takata is a New York based fiber artist and illustrator that has been focused on developing new ways of visualizing data through weaving, embroidery, garment making and story telling. Her work explores the intersection between art and science, drawing inspiration from the natural world and digital technology. She values the meditative process of working with her hands in order to create sympathetic objects. Sieh-Takata received her BFA in Fiber from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2018. She has been a recipient of the Barbara Kuhlman Scholarship, Betty Cooke '46 Scholarship, and she was part of the team that represented MICA at the 2017 and 2018 Biodesign Challenge at the MoMA.