Elizabeth Briel, Travel Artist

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It’s Alive!

Bokor in Blue – a Hill Station in Cambodia from Elizabeth Briel on Vimeo.

For quite some time I’ve wanted to bring my prints to life, to have them do more than hang on walls and in galleries.

Ever since I discovered this Cambodian version of Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary” I knew I had to pair it with my Bokor prints. Its haunting sound captures the strange era of the late 60s/early 70s: from music brought by American soldiers to Cambodian cultural influences to the musical possibilities offered by electric instruments.

The French version below is still a work-in-progress, and I am investigating how to add Khmer script. Any volunteer translators with Khmer language skills welcomed!

Bokor – Version Francaise from Elizabeth Briel on Vimeo.

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