Made in Cambodia

The past gets connected with the present defining Cambodia’s destiny.

Left: The Security of Regulation as presented in the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penn. Originally a former school, Tuol Sleng was converted into the most notorious execution center during the Khmer Rouge time. A Khmer Rouge red and white scarf on a black background has been scattered and used as a remembrance to the millions of Cambodians that were tortured and died.

Right: The Shopping Regulation of our world. More than 600,000 people are working in garment factories, owned by foreign fashion companies in Cambodia. Child labour, malnutrition and poor hygienic conditions are the daily agenda. Made in Cambodia clothes have been used as a remembrance to the Cambodians who are under our trendy dictatorship.

Medium: Spray & garment on Fabriano paper
Dimensions: 100 x 70cm (50 x 70 cm each)
Year: 2014