Jil Crary-Ross (b. 1989, California) lives and works in New York City. Jil explores the relationship between identity, land, and the built environment. Their studio practice, ST. PULP, is a collection of New Americana that includes contemporary portraiture, abstract surface study, and fluid pulp forms. Process, layers, ritual, and decay are central to Jil's material vocabulary. Recently Jil has shown work in New York and Massachusetts. Jil publishes (^^^) // sharkbite, a zine about spatial politics, and consults at A.P.E. Gallery in Northampton, MA, working to maximize the potential of creative time and space.