Opening reception – October 6th from 6:00 – 10:00
by appointment Until October 16th
Independence Day, a solo show by Joanne Ross, presents an installation of seven life-size photographic prints that obliquely document a gathering of people celebrating the history of American revolutionary action. The technological ability of the camera to document time-based events was intentionally utilized to record these multiple perspectives. Like a silent witness, the camera can chronicle and sometimes capture truths of what might otherwise remain unseen.
Joanne Ross (born Queens, New York) lives and works in New Jersey. Her work includes photography, installation, drawing, and archival material. She traces themes of cultural history and memory; explores notions of identity, attachment, and place. Her work often builds on poetic narratives, scaffolds of fragility, hidden emotion and fleeting moments of time. Joanne holds an MS in Art Education from Syracuse University and an MFA in Photography from Visual Studies Workshop at the University of Buffalo. She has exhibited both in New York City and internationally,