Abigail is an artist and curator currently based in Southampton, UK. Her curiosity into the concepts of motion and the fluidity of movement through different forms of space informs her interest in using different technical and object based mediums, including video, projection and sculpture.
She attempts to quantify the simplest of motions and gestures that occur in the everyday and emphasise their importance by experimenting with scale, surface and presentation methods. Her practise is largely influenced by expanded cinema and the virtual landscape, drawing inspiration from artists like Char Davies, Ceal Floyer, Susan Collins and Bill Viola.
Her curatorial practise concerns the alternative 'art space', developing a considered dialogue between artwork, the space it is presented in and the viewer.
More recently, her practise has also expanded into narrative-driven digital illustration.
Her gallery experience includes working as a gallery technician at the James Hockey Gallery in Farnham and the Southampton City Art Gallery. She has curated a number of exhibitions in both Southampton and in London, including K6 Gallery, HartsLane & Safehouse 2.
She graduated from UCA Farnham in 2017 with a First Class Ba(Hons) in Fine Art.