Roah's work revolves around the intersectional politicized Palestinian identity. They explore the essence of existence as resistance by deconstructing and shifting the narrative through visual art, resulting in the processing of intergenerational trauma. They use found object and materials that evoke a sense of familiarity to their fragmented identity to document lived experiences and history. Roah's art provides a sense of ownership over land, culture, and being; something they can reassess and reclaim after they have been so violently taken away.
DO NOT ENTER, Mud, 180 x 100 cm, 2017