Chinese society has rapidly undergone structural transformation since it has initiated the progress of modernization. Grounded on such a transitional era, the photographic series “Family Stuff” focuses on family materials in our daily lives, aiming to reflect the human nature embedded in them.
To complete this photographic series I visited a number of areas and regions in China, selecting the most typical residential images that are in tune with the current standard of living in China.
“Family Stuff” reveals the interior structure of Chinese society. It brings out the original family life and interprets the life philosophy made of tangible materials under contemporary social context.