This year, L’oeil de la Photographie, partner of the Festival des Nuits Photographique, presented the Prix Spécial to the yourng German photographerSandra Hoyn for her report entitled Jenny’s Soul. We published her report last March, within the framework of the 7th Yangon Photo Festival. This subject, presented in the form of a photographic film, brings a new dimension to this amazing work. Now we can discover, or for some people, rediscover the award-winning film, “Jenny’s Soul”, accompanied bythe interview with the winner. Jenny’s Saoul / Sandra Hoyn from Les Nuits Photographiques on Vimeo. L’Oeil de la Photographie : How did you meet Dirk? Why are you interested in his story ? Sandra Hoyn : At first I saw an awful TV documentary. After that I googled for silicon dolls and found a shop selling this dolls in Germany and an internet forum. I was interested in what does a person need to feel love. I met Dirk and his silicon doll Jenny on an internet forum in October 2014 and visited them at their home. ODLP : What have you...
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