In this series, Pha Lina did portraits of the members of six families he met in Ratanakiri. All, in their daily occupations –hunting, fetching water, working in the rice paddy, cooking– find themselves strangely wrapped, tied up, in a meter of yellow ribbon that prevents the subjects from moving or interferes with their movements.
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