Soksophea Suong graduated with a MA in Public Policy from The Australian National University. She is an independent researcher and consultant based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Soksophea collaborates with several Cambodian civil society organisations and government agencies on projects related to gender, child rights, and development. She also teaches social work at the Royal University of Phnom Penh.
In this article, we continue to explore how art can ‘unflatten’ our understanding of mega-infrastructure like the Lower Sesan 2 Dam (see Milne and Mahanty’s essay in this issue). We focus on the remarkable work of Cambodian artist Sreymao Sao, who explores the lived experiences of communities displaced by the Lower Sesan 2 Dam—some 5,000 […]