Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein is a collection of circular photographs focused on notions of kinship, of descent, of resemblance, of similarity and the links between them. They present a non-linear photographic narrative of ideas that resonate and connect to the exploration of my mixed Chinese-Italian-Australian cultural heritage.  " There is a clever combination of the intensely personal with the objective ... [the work] is characterised by a clarity and expressive power that is seductive and embracing." - The Canberra Times

Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein is a collection of circular photographs focused on notions of kinship, of descent, of resemblance, of similarity and the links between them. They present a non-linear photographic narrative of ideas that resonate and connect to the exploration of my mixed Chinese-Italian-Australian cultural heritage.

" There is a clever combination of the intensely personal with the objective ... [the work] is characterised by a clarity and expressive power that is seductive and embracing." - The Canberra Times

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Installation view at Blindside photo by Nick James Archer & Blindside
Installation view at Blindside photo by Nick James Archer & Blindside
Exhibition view at PhotoAccess Canberra
Exhibition view at PhotoAccess Canberra
 Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein is a collection of circular photographs focused on notions of kinship, of descent, of resemblance, of similarity and the links between them. They present a non-linear photographic narrative of ideas that resonate and connect to the exploration of my mixed Chinese-Italian-Australian cultural heritage.  " There is a clever combination of the intensely personal with the objective ... [the work] is characterised by a clarity and expressive power that is seductive and embracing." - The Canberra Times
Circle_script.jpg
joss_1.jpg
fan1.jpg
7_JohnsonPia_untitled1.jpg
chopsticks1.jpg
liparipumus.jpg
DressingGown.jpg
Installation view at Blindside photo by Nick James Archer & Blindside
Exhibition view at PhotoAccess Canberra

Family Resemblance, after Wittgenstein is a collection of circular photographs focused on notions of kinship, of descent, of resemblance, of similarity and the links between them. They present a non-linear photographic narrative of ideas that resonate and connect to the exploration of my mixed Chinese-Italian-Australian cultural heritage.

" There is a clever combination of the intensely personal with the objective ... [the work] is characterised by a clarity and expressive power that is seductive and embracing." - The Canberra Times

Installation view at Blindside photo by Nick James Archer & Blindside
Exhibition view at PhotoAccess Canberra
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