About the series: Khmer Din:
This photographic series was originally in the form of a project for a workshop in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Ronny Sen started exploring the beautiful city of Siem Reap at night on a bicycle he hired for $2 a day. The darkness of the city fascinated him, and resonated with his own disillusion at the time. Rather than display a sequential narrative of facts, Khmer Din is a visual representation of disconnected memories that Ronny wanted to achieve – a flow without narrative; this is more of a silent exploration of the darkness of Siem Reap, than the story of a place.
About the Photographer: Ronny Sen, b.1986, India, is an independent photographer living in Calcutta. His work has been published in BBC, Al Jazeera, National Geographic Traveler, to name a few. He has been awarded by Sony World Photography Awards, The United Nations and The Forward Thinking Museum, among others. He represented India at the World Young Artists Event in Nottingham in 2012.
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