Artist Jill Spector’s work suggests mimicry and roles to be played, placing the viewer into relationships between bodies and objects. Spector’s sculptures and collages were part of “Made in L.A. 2012” at the Hammer Museum. Her work has been included in the exhibitions “Biomorphic Forms In Sculpture” at the Kunsthaus Graz in Austria and “Drawling, Stretching and Fainting in Coils…” at the Pinakothek der Moderne and Nationaltheater in Munich, Germany. Spector’s photography has been featured in publications, including “Valeria Napoleone’s Catalog of Exquisite Recipes.” Following these projects, Spector created “The Editor’s President: Models and Mock-Ups for Elaine May,” “Nora Kaye,” “and Eileen Gray,” an installation at JOAN in Los Angeles. In 2013, Spector became an Orange County Contemporary Collectors Fellowship Artist.