China is a fascinating place I keep returning to. Large scale development, small living quarters and a private life that is shared by everyone on the street. Middle Kingdom is a series trying to understand the nature of Shanghai’s constant shifting between the old and the new – stuck in a persistent flux of being ‘in-between’.     Review:  “… her incisive compositions and unlikely spying of colour amid the rubble speaks of the places – and more implicitly, the people – that economic booms have a habit of forgetting.”  - Dan Rule, The Age

China is a fascinating place I keep returning to. Large scale development, small living quarters and a private life that is shared by everyone on the street. Middle Kingdom is a series trying to understand the nature of Shanghai’s constant shifting between the old and the new – stuck in a persistent flux of being ‘in-between’.

 

Review:

“… her incisive compositions and unlikely spying of colour amid the rubble speaks of the places – and more implicitly, the people – that economic booms have a habit of forgetting.”  - Dan Rule, The Age

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蛇 rắn 뱀 Snake Snake Snake, Sydney Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney
蛇 rắn 뱀 Snake Snake Snake, Sydney Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney
 China is a fascinating place I keep returning to. Large scale development, small living quarters and a private life that is shared by everyone on the street. Middle Kingdom is a series trying to understand the nature of Shanghai’s constant shifting between the old and the new – stuck in a persistent flux of being ‘in-between’.     Review:  “… her incisive compositions and unlikely spying of colour amid the rubble speaks of the places – and more implicitly, the people – that economic booms have a habit of forgetting.”  - Dan Rule, The Age
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-5.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-6.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-8.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-10.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-9.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-20.jpg
MiddleKingdom2011-photoPiaJohnson-3.jpg
蛇 rắn 뱀 Snake Snake Snake, Sydney Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney

China is a fascinating place I keep returning to. Large scale development, small living quarters and a private life that is shared by everyone on the street. Middle Kingdom is a series trying to understand the nature of Shanghai’s constant shifting between the old and the new – stuck in a persistent flux of being ‘in-between’.

 

Review:

“… her incisive compositions and unlikely spying of colour amid the rubble speaks of the places – and more implicitly, the people – that economic booms have a habit of forgetting.”  - Dan Rule, The Age

蛇 rắn 뱀 Snake Snake Snake, Sydney Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney
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