Ross makes videos, sculptures, sounds, and situations. Their creative practice is characterized by a commitment to fragmented narratives, free-association, and the multiplicity of meaning within the interplay of images, words, sounds and signs. Drawing inspiration from the nuanced nature of language, Ross often uses language that carries double meanings, inviting viewers to explore layers of interpretation.

Their artistic endeavors exist within a dynamic intersection of video art and sculpture, serving as a platform to explore themes of feeling, embodied knowledge, and intimacy as vital survival technologies, particularly for Black, queer, trans, and feminine-spectrum individuals. In the realm of video art and sculpture, Ross's work transcends conventional storytelling, they harness the evocative power of words and imagery to conjure deep-seated emotions and sensations. At the heart of Ross's creative inquiry lies an exploration of how systems of power shape our perception of reality.  

Ross’s work has been recently exhibited at the Hessel Museum of Art (Hudson, NY), the Tang Teaching Museum (Saratoga Springs, NY), Sentiment (Zurich, CH), Wave Hill (Bronx, NY), The Luminary (St. Louis, MO), Iceberg Projects (Chicago, IL), M23 (New York, NY) and Centro De Cultura Digital (Mexico City, MX) among other venues. In the summer of 2023 they were a featured artist at the 68th annual Flaherty Film Seminar: Queer World Mending.

Currently, Ross is the 2023-2024 Estelle Lebowitz Artist in Residence at Douglass College, Rutgers University. They recently completed residencies at Denniston Hill, Fire Island Artist Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting, Abrons Art Center, and Harvestworks among others. They hold a BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from Yale School of Art, where they received the Katherine Beinecke Michel Scholarship and the Fannie B. Pardee Prize in sculpture.  

As an educator, Ross approaches the classroom as a site where they can co-create critical agency with students. They have taught at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago,The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Rhode Island School of Design. In 2023, they will serve as part-time faculty at Parsons School of Design, The New School, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art at Vassar College. Ross lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.