Inside Job 2010 Grand scale inkjet print on canvas 105 3/4 by 140 3/4 in. 268.6 by 357.5 cm.
Administering Sabotage Through Craft 2010 Cotton jersey, embroidery thread, aluminum thumbtacks, acrylic paint, latex paint, cabernet sauvignon, cat hair, dirt, coffee, buckram, matte medium 90 by 76 in. 228.6 by 193 cm., installed
White Goddess #27 2010 Acrylic on cut canvas drop cloth 101 by 61 1/2 in. 256.5 by 156.2 cm.
Bedroom Bandit 2010 Quilt sewn by Gina Ross-Childers, framed David Lee Roth poster 99 1/2 by 54 1/4 in. 252.7 by 137.8 cm.
Heirloomed Model with Scale Natural Disaster (Preserving Memories Is What We Do Best) 2010 Vacuum metallized foamcore gallery model in gold, stolen stool 44 3/4 by 44 1/2 by 21 in. 113.7 by 113 by 53.3 cm., installed
Double Feature 2010 High density foam, fiberglass resin, urethane primer, vacuum metallized in gold 34 1/2 by 26 by 7 1/2 in. 87.6 by 66 by 19.1 cm.
Onesource 2a Mock Milestones (Perforated Sampler) 2010 Hand-drilled sheetrock, latex paint, framed lightjet prints, framed Xerox with acrylic paint, pegboard hooks, chain sample, CNC cut acrylic 97 by 76 by 17 in. 246.4 by 193 by 43.2 cm., installed
Invisible Ink 2010 Lightjet print on fabricated panel Diptych, each: 71 7/8 by 30 by 2 1/2 in. 182.6 by 76.2 by 6.4 cm.
Negative Carrier #7 (Yours Sincerely Wasting Away) 2010 Canvas drop cloth, aluminum thumbtacks, acrylic paint, found text, vintage goldtone brooches, Lot 2 oversized goldtone safety pins, etched rhinestone, brass JORGE belt buckle, canvas negatives 119 3/
Untitled 2010 Canvas drop cloth, wood, roofing nails, unbleached titanium acrylic paint, lightjet print on fabricated panel 48 1/8 by 37 1/4 by 3 3/4 in. 122.2 by 94.6 by 9.5 cm., installed
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Press Release

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce SOMEBODY STOP ME, a solo exhibition of new work by Los Angeles artist Amanda Ross-Ho from April 1 through May 1 in the Chelsea gallery. This will be the artist's first solo show in New York. She will exhibit work including sculpture, photography, and installation. Ross-Ho's work brings together seemingly oppositional languages and spaces: personal imagery and autobiographical artifacts are mined for formal qualities; traces and residues from studio practices are meticulously re-created as deliberate gestures; boundaries between private work and public display are collapsed. She revisits images and forms in multiple iterations, creating scale shifts, moving among different media, or using positive and negative structures. SOMEBODY STOP ME uses sculpture, photographs, paintings, and engagement with the gallery's architecture to define terms of a constantly evolving personal language. A variety of techniques – ranging from large-scale printed graphics, to hand made textiles, to commercial fabrication – diagram relationships between economies of production and presentation.