Sullivan+Strumpf now representing Jemima Wyman - Art Collector

Installation view of 'Pattern Bandits' 2014. Site-specific built environment. Commissioned by the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art's Children's Art Centre. Photograph: Mark Sherwood / Courtesy: QAGOMA

Multi-disciplinary artist Jemima Wyman has joined the stable of artists at Sullivan + Strumpf, Sydney.

Wyman’s practice incorporates various mediums including installation, video, performance, photography and painting. Her work investigates protest culture, utilising camouflage, patterns and masking in her recent work to explore collective identity.

Wyman’s work has been exhibited in Australia and internationally, her work has been included in: Conflict: Contemporary responses to war, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane in 2014, Direct Democracy, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, in 2013, The Unexpected Guest, Liverpool Biennial, UK in 2012, Panorama, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney in 2012 and The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, 17th Biennale of Sydney in 2010.

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