A large family tree

Australian Archie Moore won the Golden Lion, the prize for the best national participation in the Venice Biennale, with his installation “kith and kin”. It’s a family tree, of 3484 people, stretching back 65000 years, rendered with chalk on blackboard. He is the first Australian winner of the Golden Lion,

That’s a basic description of Moore’s exhibit, reported by Alex Marshall of the New York Times.

You can come close to immersing yourself in Moore’s installation in a website prepared by the ABC’s News Story Lab.