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.
Not a $tone unturned, 2015
Handpainted digital print
Courtesy the Artist and Michael Reid Gallery