a self-taught Vietnamese photographer, portraits the truth of humans through the eyes of realistic imagination. Her depictions focus on the faces, the shapes of body, the emotional processes revealed by every movement of a person who is on his way to deal with the being of himself.
Immersing herself in philosophy, psychology, and existential literature, she uses photography to pay homage to her obsession with the relationship among humans, life and death. Starting with incomplete questions inspired by the writing of Dostoyevsky, Borges, Cioran, Camus, … she applies the strengths of her medium to compose the rough images with the minimum of colors and patterns, hazy outlines, and high contrasted surfaces. As a conceptual photographer, she pushes her art beyond the frontier of hallucination and reality by utilize the intense effects of color behaviors in common materials from daily life.
“I’m trying to get closer to the state of not existing by capturing the existence of the nothingness”
Within 4 years working on photography on her own and 20 years to acknowledge the principles of the universe, she is now practicing her art to prove her belief, putting great efforts to grow her visual language and optimize the privilege of photographic silence.
With numerous independent experiments being nurtured, she invites us to step into her imagination to view the world with temporarily dead eyes like venturing through an endless sleep.