David Maurice Smith photographed a community that will be impacted by a PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRy in Myanmar.
Pyin Gi, Tanintharyi, Myanmar - January 3, 2015
Villages like Pyin Gi face an uncertain future because of investments in infrastructure, like the massive DSEZ (Dawei Special Economic Zone) deep-sea port planned for the area. This project will turn an area filled with villages like Pyin Gi into the largest petrochemical facility and deep-sea port in Southeast Asia.
This photograph has been pasted near the main square of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, part of our residency in Bogota in October 2016.
Benjamin Petit @bendophoto
This image was also part of the operation conducted during the Contact Photo festival in Toronto in May 2016.
Photo: Benjamin Petit @bendophoto