Christine Lai is a writer, photographer and poet who has an avid fascination for observing the conventions of everyday life, and is invested in the space that language occupies in the relationships we form with others. She seeks to capture moments of liminal space, places where time seemingly stands still; the in-between.
All essays by Christine Lai
In this pocket universe, time is unwavering and inescapable. The paper is printed daily, the waste collectors drive round neighbourhood streets picking up rubbish weekly, and trains are patiently waiting to deliver their passengers from one end of the line to the other at every given moment.
Oct. 2020 • Western Sydney • Symbiosis