Vân-Nhi Nguyễn (b.1999, Hanoi, Vietnam) is a Vietnamese photographer and artist based in Hà Nội, Việt Nam. Vân-Nhi takes interest in documentary photography, while also looking for ways in which she can introduce different approaches in the field. She uses the medium to reconstruct memories of the collective mass- be it that of her own or of the larger community, through the overlooked places and people where one finds themself positioned; the notions of memories being the bridge between society’s urgency in remaking geographies and its rigid history, questioning if they can become factual, and to what extent can one believe in it. Vân-Nhi holds a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Her work has been exhibited and awarded in different international institutions, namely Aperture Portfolio Prize, V&A Museum Parasol Foundation Prize, NOOR Image, Objectif Centre for Photography & Film, PhMuseum Women Photographer award, Hong Kong International Photography Festival and Matca, among others.