Preung Sokun Osakphea
Many young photographers experiment with the effects of light on objects, spaces, and faces, in order to tame them. But few do it with a determination that, with a violent flash shot and the choice of unconventional angles, destabilizes some tiny trinket, making us uncertain of its scale because of the impressive size of its shadow. A game, admittedly, but one that radically transforms our perception and opens a path, between the clarification and the disturbance of the gaze, to the creation of an unsuspected world, which may even become disquieting. And the surprising design of the shadows cast also serves to set off the colors, which explode under the intensity of the light.
Born in 1994 in Cambodia. Lives and works in Cambodia. She follows an international studies program, preparing a bachelor in education and ending her English class. She is also a student of Studio Image.