Her collages and sculptures are often composed of reportage photographs spliced to create fresh narratives. She in interested in setting up networks of associations among cultural debris, forwards and backwards across time and place, and so she chooses to live in West Penwith where the litter of cultural debris is very deep. Her work reveals how our sense of time is affected by technology. She has work in the Government Art Collection, Yale University Art Gallery, New York Public Library and many private collections.
Alban Roinard has made a short film of Abigail talking about ‘Tol’, her new work from the studio which helped earn her shortlisting for the BMW prize. Click here