Vix Harris is an artist and textile designer from the UK who lives and works in Singapore. She grew up in Kenya and Malawi in Africa as a child and was always surrounded by African memorabilia at home, which has greatly influenced her art and charitable work. Vix has a degree in Textile Design from Winchester School of Art and took on several work placements, including a Crowson Fabrics Scholarship, before she became disillusioned with the art and textile industries and stopped producing art for ten years. During that time she worked and travelled extensively as an English language teacher. In 2014 Vix founded a not-for-profit called Project SEED Tanzania to encourage sustainable living for a small village community in Zegero, Tanzania, a country she has great affection for. Regaining her artistic inspiration, she set up Vix Harris Designs in 2015 and has collaborated with several artists and photographers from the UK and the US since 2016. Vix’s #50RebelWomen series received global attention and she sells her work in Europe, the US, Australia, Canada and the UK. She took the time to answer our artist interview questions.