- Website for Amalia Laurent, please see here.
With Twelve. Exhibition photography by Lewis Ronald. Archive photograph by Marek Holzman in 1960 from Piotr Stanisławski collection.
The Dentrey Rock Festival is a music festival that should have happened in the year of 1975, but unfortunately had to be cancelled due to the rise of the Khmers Rouges. Phnom Penh would have welcomed this massive event in its magnificient Olympic Stadium. The festival was officially cancelled when Pol Pot and the Khmers rouges captured the city, on the April 17th, 1975.
During the 60’s and early 70’s, a new music scene emerged in Cambodia that took Western rock and roll and stood it on its head – creating a sound like no other. Cambodian musicians crafted this sound from the various rock music styles sweeping, America, England and France, adding the unique melodies and hypnotic rhythms of their traditional music. With Sinn Sisamouth, Pen Ran, Ros Sereysothea, Mol Kamach with the Baksei Cham Krung…
By Memory is my master’s thesis dealing about the missing picture, a recurrent issue in the long history of migrations. The missing picture also raises the question of fiction and how memory can be subject to changes. There are no images in this book, calling the reader’s imagination to depict himself the missing pictures. Unfolded, the cover becomes a poster with all the pictures.
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Jomohomo is a phablet sized book about the artist Ingrid Hora. This project looks at why we both believe in FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) and JOMO (Joy Of Missing Out) since we were freed into the slavery of leisure guilt. Limited to 365 for each edition, Jomohomo is a 24h long publication during which it is not certain we gained anything at having 8 hours of work, 8 hours of rest and… 8 hours of the rest.
2016, first edition of 365 Gym Fit.
2017, second edition of 366 Golden Hour.
Curated by Åbäke, Radim Peško, Sofie Dederen & Eric Mangion.
Thank you Maki & Jean-Claude.
Thanks to Maki, Quentin, Sharon, Facteur Cheval & Sniper.
Poorly documented, the socially engaged collective of graphic artists Grapus (1970-1990) is often unknown to current generations. Grapus doesn’t have any recognition on the web. So I made their website and created their Instagram and Twitter profile, and also their Facebook fanpage. The website has been taken down, at the request of Grapus members.