Article by Puthealin Sok
Treeline Urban Resorts just took a step closer to flipping the script on Cambodian contemporary art through their latest exhibition, Invisible Voices.
Born from the Treeline Artist Grants program, this exhibition has gone beyond providing space for local artists to be heard. The journey has led six emerging local artists to hone their voices in today’s art world. Cambodia’s contemporary art is also developing its personality. Emerging opportunities for young artists to develop their skills and define what modern Cambodia means to them is helping our country’s contemporary identity take shape.
"Artist Hul KanhaI's work is inspired by the Khmer proverb “Women have 100 hands.” Kanha’s photographs capture the voices and stories of local women who are traditionally expected to engage in endless multitasking."