Jodi Le Bigre
Jodi Le Bigre is a Canadian-born artist based in Scotland, working broadly across a full spectrum of printmaking, painting, and installation practices. Her work grows out of an interest in the interaction and interrelation of people and their environments, as well as people’s imagining of wilderness and otherness, and how the concepts of natural and human resources play into these interactions.
Jodi currently works at the Glasgow School of Art as a lithography technician, and is also a graduate of the Master’s of Fine Art Practice (MLitt) at Glasgow School of Art, where she focused on printmaking. She has been invited on artist residencies in Italy, Belgium, France, Germany, and the UK, and has been awarded such prizes as the Royal Scottish Academy’s John Kinross Award and the Society of Scottish Artists’ Eichstätt Lithography Award. She regularly exhibits work in Scotland and internationally and her work is held in private and public collections, including the Royal Scottish Academy, Dumfries House, Iraq National Library, Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, and Herron Art Library at Purdue University.