Take a seat in a crazily handcrafted, high-visibility living room.
Switch on the TV and watch the cartoons – they’ll make you smile, squirm and re-think your understanding of Australian history. Scottish-born, NSW-based artist Joan Ross works across a range of media including wallpaper, sculpture and animation. Her bold and experimental practice investigates the legacy of colonialism in Australia, particularly its effect on Indigenous Australians.
Friday 10 Feburary, 6–10pm at MOANA
Not a $tone unturned, 2015
Handpainted digital print
Courtesy the Artist and Michael Reid Gallery