Vicky Higginson

Vicky’s work draws inspiration from a diverse range of sources such as museology, ethnography and anthropology, and popular culture and film. She aims to interpret her own experience of cultures, people and place whilst celebrating the medium of glass and exploring the possibilities of working with this material. Her recent work is a personal interpretation of contrasting impressions of Japanese arts and culture; tradition and modernity; subtle, ‘wabi-sabi’ aesthetics and bright ‘kawaii’ graphics; vernacular materials and contemporary architecture, assimilating certain artistic tropes and ideals to interpret her experience of modern Japan.




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