This exhibition showcases a selection from Joan Ross’ extensive repertoire including drawing, sculpture and video. Her works are both satirical and disarming while addressing serious issues including ownership, surveillance, fear and boundaries. Her trademark use of fluro is intentionally prevalent as are her Kangaroo fur fashion items. Ross’ aesthetic is visually pleasing and yet confronting, reminding us of our colonial history and the ongoing repercussions of that history.
JOAN ROSS, Not a $tone unturned 2015, hand painted pigment on cotton rag paper, 59 x 90 cm