Alison Gibb is a poet and PhD researcher in poetics at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her research project focuses on creative processes, production methods and critical theories shared by visual artists, poets, art-writers and text-based practioners. In addition, Alison’s current practice aims to produce page-based and live performance outcomes that explore the creative space where visual and performance art meets text-based art and poetry. Alison has collaborated with a number of artists, designers and choreographers. Throughout these projects she has developed methods of shared creative practice through the production of diagrams, text, sound recording, posters, essays, dialogues, and videos. Alison work explores and demonstrates the concepts of representation, language, drawing and performance as methodologies by which to produce instructions for a creating writing practice and to produce art works.