Born in Cambodia in 1979, Toy Monireth is interested in photography since early childhood. A few years later, she finds a way to buy a camera to make family portraits on a regular bases. It gives her "a lot of pleasure and makes here very proud". In 2013, she chooses to develop a serie about silk weaving; a way to value very old artisanal handicraft, and in a metaphoric sense the complexity of human relationship...
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