"If Higgins' site/ structural works have a brute elegance because of his honesty of materials, his current work is brutal because of the anti-aesthetics of the subject matter. Both are confrontational and both provide visual evidence which is double-edged. Higgins has consistently strived to operate outside the insular concerns of conventional art making and to place his work in the larger context of social and personal experience."
Curated by Dale Amundson
Catalogue essay by Ihor Holubizky