Portland State University
Shattuck Hall Annex

Amanda Ross-Ho’s work is inspired by detritus: the clutter and remnants of daily existence and the ‘negative space’ of things overlooked. Ranging across sculpture, installation, painting, and photography, her work seeks to uncover the subtle beauty of coincidence and anomaly and to highlight points of cultural intersection. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including recent solo exhibitions, “AMANDA ROSS-HO: TEENY TINY WOMAN,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles in 2012 and “Time Waits For No-one” at The Approach in London, UK in 2011, and the Museum of Modern Art’s “New Photography 2010.” A graduate of USC and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Ross-Ho is in the Rubell Family Collection, and is represented by Mitchell-Innes and Nash (New York) and Cherry and Martin (Los Angeles).