To see the world differently, to allow everyone to take a closer look at what they believe they know, to proclaim that it is the individual’s viewpoint that is shaping one’s opinions, such is the challenge of this original work that chose to attach itself to the Cambodian landscape. By choosing to look from above, elements appear that we would...
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