Saturday, 29 May 2010

Sha Sha Higby

Having observed the art of Noh masks in Japan during 1971, studied dance and shadow puppet making in villages of Indonesia, and widely traveled through southeast asia, there's no surprise to see a great deal of esoteric cultural elements in Sha Sha Higby work. She creates mystical performances and sculptures with intricate "masks" and movements, exploring the theme of identity, state of consciousness, rituals, social duties, and Shamanism.

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