As a conceptual artist with an interest in the interplay between text and image, Abi has a passion for creating artist books. As a sculptural form with myriad possibilities, she finds that books are a great way of conveying different ideas and Abi likes to push the book art form.
Her current work is concerned with the re-presentation of famous manifestos ranging from Karl Marx to Russell Brand. At MMU's degree show she presents 'Addiction', a wallpaper collection catalogue which considers Russell Brand's views on politics and the taboo of not voting.
Her artist book re-presentation of The Communist Manifesto, 'Capitalism 24,902' has been accepted into this year's International Book Prize in Sheffield.