In early 2019, trails of smoke began seeping into Jemima Wyman’s photo collages. Although her work has always been about the aesthetics of global activism, the loaded symbolism of smoke in these works also signals bushfires and the Global climate crisis of recent times.

As Tim Riley Walsh notes, “As much as these collages acknowledge the troubled and complex air we breathe in the contemporary, they still foreground the importance of resistance against ongoing oppression."

This important exhibition can be experienced in our online viewing room including all the works, installation shots photographed in the gallery this week and essay by Tim Riley Walsh.