We pay little attention to the objects of daily life; we don’t really see them, or else we see only the evidence of their functioning and their primary form. Yet, if they are lit in a different way, framed in close-up, we are set at a distance from them, and they are transformed into something very different. The work of vision and light brings about a transfiguration: a small cup becomes a planet, fine strips of fragile paper become an imposing structure; the detail of a chandelier becomes a cupola. Simply put, this is an invitation to transform our world.
Born in 1987 in Cambodia. Lives and works in Cambodia. Freshman in Cambodia International Cooperation Institute and student of Studio Image, she graduated with a Bachelor of Design and worked as a quality controller.