Continuing with our series of briefs from the 2019 Genealogies of Identity Politics conference, now being published in Edition 41-AAI7 in Peril, today we have for you David Benyon’s mapping of built environments in Australia’s suburbs that were profundly influenced by new communities of Vietnamese, Cambodian, Lao and other origins. At a time when negotiations of space have again become so fraught in Australia’s physical as well as metaphorical imaginations, David Benyon’s sketch is a lovely illustration of the ‘different different but same.’