Jill Price is a Queen’s University Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Studies investigating unmaking as a creative act. Currently, she is unmaking a variety of old paintings, magazines, drawings and textiles, as well as investigating how settler-creatives can help unmake the commons to assist in the fight against climate change. Price researches indigenous plants for both their agency and storytelling abilities. She lives in Barrie, Ontario, where she balances her creative practice with independent curating, art writing, teaching and art consultation.