Two photos come to life in an exhibit at the Museum of
Modern Art, New York City. They are a young Cambodian woman and man whose
photos were taken by the Khmer Rouge right after removing their blindfolds,
moments before their execution.
"Photographs From S-21, by
French-American playwright Catherine Filloux subtly challenges
the audience to question its own role as consumers, and curators,
of tragedy." - Maura Nguyen Donohue, Flash Review Dispatch