‘I'm changing the narrative of history from what was lied to you.’
Joan Ross is consistently challenging the dominant narratives of history, questioning who writes it, what is written in and what gets left out. Focussing on collecting practices, I like to name everything after myself is a new body of work that explores the narcissism of colonial control. Ross critiques narratives by obliterating exisiting tropes by referencing exisiting imagery with her own twist and flourish of fluro.
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