Jemima Wyman (AU/US) is a palawa woman with paternal descendants from the pairrebeener people of tebrakunna and poredareme, with maternal descendants from England. Wyman’s work focuses on patterns and masking to investigate visual resistance: specifically camouflage as a formal, social and political strategy in negotiating identity.
Opening Event: Saturday 19 August, 3 – 5pm.
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