Abigayle Libberton explores humanity through visual language. Utilising the body as a sculpture and objects as metaphors, her work aims to expose the futuristic devolving of mankind's cognitive functions. Primarily using photography and sculpture she captivates unique concepts and aesthetically engaging works which are inspired by undisclosed politics, the environment and equality.
Through visual communication and extensive research projects Abigayle observes cognitive thinking and follows social studies. She develops creative outcomes to instil specific thoughts and emotions. Working with contemporary digital techniques, hand rendered drawings, prints, graphic design, typography and fine art sculptures, often displayed in exhibition, installation, digital or book format.
Abigayle currently lives and works within the North West of England, Graduating from Leeds College of Art BA Hons Photography course.