Abigail Rothman (b. 1997, Phoenix, Arizona) is a multidisciplinary artist and activist exploring subversion. Her work challenges and critiques tradition within society, art history, and its political and social manifestations. Through digital and physical abstraction pre-existing content is removed from its’ original context, existing as objects and realities the viewer must confront.  Acknowledging and altering the relationship between people and these scenarios confronts the conventional understanding and priorities of traditional art making processes. In turn, questioning the social transparency and accessibility of knowledge as a reflection of extreme political and social hierarchies.