ALIVE is my personal concept to reveal the intimate memory of old photos and usual objects entrusted to me by local Cambodian families, forty years after the Khmer Rouge regime. Since I was a young boy, in Cambodia, I have often heard my parents, siblings, and relatives as they shared their past and painful experiences. In 1975, at the fall of the Lon Nol regime, people couldn’t carry so much of their belongings. They just brought along some clothes, cooking utensils, a few jewelleries and above all, some photographs in order to remember the loved ones.
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