Jessica Stoller currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She received her BFA from the College for Creative Studies and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Stoller’s work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Ceramics: Art and Perception, N Magazine, Pandora Feminist Journal, among others. She has been included in recent exhibitions at Greenwich House Pottery, New York; Wave Hill, Bronx, New York; and the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts. Stoller has had recent solo exhibitions at Hionas Gallery, New York and The Clay Studio, Philadelphia. Additionally, she has participated in the Kohler Arts & Industry Program, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and The Museum of Arts and Design’s Open Studio Program, New York. A recent Pollock-Krasner Foundation grantee, Peter S. Reed grantee, and Louis C. Tiffany nominee, Stoller’s work is also included in numerous private collections, including the collection of the Vehbi Koc Foundation in Istanbul. Stoller uses clay and the grotesque as a vehicle to explore the constructed, often idealized world of femininity, gathering imagery across cultural lines and histories. Porcelain is her primary medium, a historically weighted material that is intrinsically linked to desire, mystery, and consumption.