Search for content, post, videos

Phnom Penh Photo 2012 –Kong Sokharo


Our world is like a screen in a supermarket.screens are everywhere, in all sizes and capable of any function. And from their tender years, many have been in contact with them. Even those from families who don’t have a television or cell phone. By focusing on a small video parlor popular with children and teenagers—just like so many others—the photographer did not attempt the anecdotal but found an original way of making the portrait of a generation. Turning his back to the screen so fascinating for them and in front of which they can go on playing for hours, crammed tightly between the red boundaries that separate the play stations, they look at the lens, seriously, and seem to be addicted to all that surrounds them. The photographer and the onlooker dialog in a sequence in which a little boy, totally taken with his game, shows the full gamut of facial expressions: nothing else exists apart from his screen. He is beside himself, captivated, captured.

This content is for Abonnement annuel and Abonnement mensuel members only.
Log In Register

Create an account or log in to read more and see all pictures.

Install WebApp on iPhone
Install WebApp on Android