1st - 27th April 2016
Ross's practice is focused on site specificity and contemporary installation, and employs a range of new and mixed media. She refers to her process as 'exercises in mapping'; these exercises are concerned with mapping the junctures of site, situation and sensation. The varied compositional and material relationships played out in Ross' work explore concepts of geography, place, placement and orientation. Her current enquiries are embedded in notions of transience, land marks, cultural identity and land use and development; these works where made during time spent in Wellington, New Zealand in 2010 and are still very relevant today.