How do you go about describing a constantly changing, speedy, radical society such as Cambodia today? This is the question that Philon Sovan, who places his work quite clearly within the documentary field, is constantly asking himself. Through his professional experience he quickly learned that the practice of photojournalism was strongly limited by editorial conventions. He looked for some alternatives...
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