Reality might be witty, inventive or mischievous despite a derelict or tragic background. This is particularly true in Phnom Penh where different levels of reality get blended into each other, building a unique crossover. The opening picture of an old man sitting near a staircase painted with a real-fake, idealized view of Phnom Penh, is an illustration of this. These little stories of Phnom Penh are a play between fondness and irony, grace and kitsch, the inner and the strange.
This series began in 2012 and is ongoing.