Nothing Here Appears to Exist But What Contributes to Harmony features new work by Yedda Morrison. Yedda Morrison’s work foregrounds that which typically serves as backdrop or supporting scenery in the drama of mass consumerism by rephotographing landscapes and other “natural” elements in mass-produced magazines. Positioned “after nature,” the work attempts to create “nature”—or the experience thereof—through its own highly mediated image. Reframed, the scenery becomes the central, virtual field, inhabiting the privileged and precarious position of both image subject and object of desire. A series of colour photographs as well as an installation make up the show.