Siqi Li (b.1998) uses photography to interrogate the mythologies surrounding familial representation, intersectional identities and personal history. Her practice weaves in a range of references including photography, archival intervention, writing and found materials to contextualise the research-led process. Her work is a collaboration with the subjects she photographs, usually family members or members of her community, and reflects on the larger and more collectively experienced longing, memories, intimacy and identity issues through a narration of the day-to-day.
2022 - Under 30s Award, International Photography Exhibition 164, Royal Photographic Society
2022 - Palm* Photo Prize (shortlist)
2021- Aesthetica Next Generation Award (shortlist)
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Exhibitions & Talks
2023 - International Photography Exhibition 164, Royal Photographic Society, Bristol.
2023 - Artist Talk, International Photography Exhibition 164, Royal Photographic Society, Bristol.
2021 - PALM Photo Prize Exhibition, 1014 Gallery, London.
2021 - Common Ground, Postgraduate Degree Show, London College of Communication