Lecturer / Pearce Gallery Co-ordinator
Jill Sorensen completed her undergraduate studies in 1991 at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Australia and gained an MFA (1st class honours) at Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, in 2002 and has exhibits both nationally and internationally. Jill is the co-leader of the artist’s collective Achronological Manor, established in 2010. The collective explores the dynamics of collaborative curatorial practice through exhibitions and publications. Notable recent events include an exhibition, performance and publication series at Blue Oyster Art Project Space in Dunedin (2013) and a group project at the Hastings City Art Gallery (2011). Jill exhibits at Whitespace Contemporary Art in Auckland and has been a Fine Arts lecturer in the undergraduate and postgraduate programme at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design since 2003.