Jill Price, Entanglement - Self Portrait (the Artist), reclaimed knitwear
LUSH, Installation shot of Jill Price's Entanglements
Jill Price, Entanglemet - Material Girls, reclaimed knitwear, cake stand and thrifted porc
Jill Price, LUSH installation shot, be contemporary
Jill Price, Entanglement - The Diva, reclaimed knitwear, wall shelf and porcelain figurine
Jill Price, Entanglement - rivalry, reclaimed knits, porcelain figurines and wall sconces.
Jill Price, Entanglement_ Wall Flower
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Jill Price, Entanglement_ Over Indulgence
Jill Price, Entanglements, Be Contemporary
Jill Price, Entanglement - Survivor, 2021, reclaimed knits and porcelain figurine
Jill Price, Entanglements: Regally Blind, 2020
Jill Price, Entanglement_ Addict
Jill Price, Ruby Entanglement, 2017
Jill Price, Entanglements - Unsettled Seating
Jill Price, Entanglements (Installation) Durham Art Gallery
Jill Price, Over Dressed, 2019
Jill Price, Entanglements, 2018, reclaim
Jill Price, Cozied Clutter
JIll Price, The Afterthought, 2019
Jill Price, Entanglement-The Water Carrier
Jill Price, Entanglements - High Tea, 20
Jill Price, Entanglements_Knit Knacks, 2
Jill Price, Entanglement, The Blind Shep
Jill Price, Entanglement - Unsettling Times
Jill Price, Entanglement - Knitten, 2020
Jill Price, Entanglement-Blind Faith,  2
Jill Price, Entanglement - Emerald Hive,
Jill Price, Entanglement - Crimson, 2017
Jill Price, Entanglement: They, Them, re
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ENTANGLEMENTS began as a series of soft sculptures created from discarded and found textiles that physically signified how all things are part of the same material cycle where objects become land, land becomes human, and how both humans and their objects affect geographies way beyond their sites and moments of production. Upon incorporating prefabricated porcelain figurines that often present antiquated and stereotypical understandings of different cultures, gender and sexuality, I began to uptake methods of unmaking and word play to redress narratives that have colonized, restricted, exploited, expended and confined human and more-than-human bodies.  Also testaments to my own material excess as a consumer and a maker, the mixed media approach of combining found and thrifted objects rather than creating clay or textiles from scratch, aims to highlight the value and potential in existing objects for imagining and crafting new and multiple realities.   

Artist Talks, Press and Essays:

The Reconfiguration of Similar 
Elements to Different Effects by Jaclyn Quaresma, 2019

 

Innisfil art gallery showcasing ‘Women in Sculpture’, Aug 23, 2021

Women in Sculpture Artist Talk with MacLaren Art Centre