Jil Crary-Ross (b. 1989, California) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Jil explores the relationship between identity and the built environment, resulting in a saturated collection of New Americana. Process, ritual, utility and decay are central to Jil's material vocabulary. In addition to their studio practice, ST.PULP, 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.
C O N T A C T // for zines, smalls, commissions, and other inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
P R E S S // Baphash Literary & Arts Quarterly, 2017