Jacqueline Ball (b. 1986 Sydney, Australia) is a conceptual artist working with photography and sculpture. Building landscapes of textured objects in the studio, she creates artificial environments that evoke a sense of organic growth and decay. Recently she has begun incorporating photos from her personal archive into this work, blurring the line between photographic fiction and reality, representing a more intimate relationship between the people and spaces around her.
Since 2007 she has had regular solo exhibitions throughout Australia, aswell as being included in group exhibitions in Australia, New Zealand, China, Germany and Iceland. She has undertaken a number of artist
residencies, including SIM, The association of Icelandic visual artists, Reykjavik, Iceland (2011) and Sillanpää Art Residency, Varistaipale, Finland (2011). Her work is included in a number of private and public
art collections, including: Art Gallery New South Wales, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Kerry Stokes Collection, Artbank, University of Western Australia, Wesfarmers, and Central Institute of Technology.
Jacqueline lives and works in Perth, Australia where she is currently completing her PhD (Art) at Curtin University.