Abbi Buckley is a visual artist currently based in Dorion, Ontario.  Her work explores the complex interconnections between herself and the life cycles around her by forming conversations through the materials, her body and the landscape.  Her sculptural garments question themes of symbiosis in relation to the current geological epoch of the Anthropocene. Through her performances and installations she suggests the prosperity of living in a world of reciprocity with the earth. Working with textiles and foraged organic matter, she is interested in engaging with the materials through the act of listening and establishing a symbiotic unity in translation to their altered form.Somewhere in-between, recovering her identity and place within the natural world through the narrative being told.