Mohini Chandra’s Fijian-Indian relatives live in different places around the world. They circulate family photographs as a means by which to maintain a connectedness with each other over great distances and generations. Instead of thinking of relatedness and identity as an accomplished fact, for both Chandra and her relatives, relations are a site of production that are continually crafted within different processes of representation and re-representation. However, it is mainly the audience’s relationship with media such as photography that comes under scrutiny in the author work, rather than any specific family photograph. By creating spaces in which audiences have to use their imaginations to conjure up the photograph, the work becomes a way for the author to evoke the diaspora experience.