The Damian Dillon Jailbreak exhibition, held at the Artereal gallery, presents a slick selection of the artist’s mixed-media photographs. Dillon digitally manipulates, graffiti’s and draws on banal photographs of the urban built environment from major cities in Ireland and Australia. Jailbreak explores the connection between place and past and the conflicting emotions of Irish-Australian migrants. Dillon cleverly depicts sites that are not easily distinguishable from another, suggesting the reality of migration is moving from one dejected situation to another. Dillon’s graffiti technique begs the question of what is blocked out and why. The photographs are engaging and raise culturally interesting questions.