The idea for this work began with research into the origins of early studio photography, the use of natural daylight in an interior space and into long-exposure portraits. The series was produced in a former State-owned and vacant pharmaceutical factory in Hanoi, Vietnam – the rough interior here repurposed into a daylight studio whose sole source of illumination was a large, north-facing window permitting only a soft, indirect light throughout the course of the day.
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