Juliette Bigley


Juliette Bigley is sculptor who uses base and precious metals to explore how we experience our emotional and physical place in the world and how we negotiate the interface between the physical world that surrounds us and the intangible worlds of emotion, belief, thought, language and memory.   Focussing particularly on lines and thresholds, Juliette's work is sculptural and often comprises groups of objects. 


Juliette trained at The Cass School of Art gaining BA (First Class) and a research MA (Distinction).  She has exhibited nationally and internationally including Design Miami, ArtGeneve, Tresor Contemporary and Collect, winning the prize for Collect Open in 2018.  She was selected by the Design Council as one of their Ones to Watch, for potential to contribute to the future of Britain as a design nation and has been featured in, amongst others, CRAFTS Magazine, Craft and Design Magazine, the Evening Standard and the FT's How to Spend It. 


Juliette's work can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Irish State collections.  She is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.


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