Olivier photographs of Bee were taken in a burnt out building that was destroyed in the Bangkok riots of 1992.
Bee and Olivier spontaneously and jointly created the concept 'on sight' - given a real gun, Bee 'let go' of all inhibitions and run amok within the confines of utter dereliction. The series of stills, oftentimes running cinematically, is from this session. More than simple 'fashion photography', what we end up seeing here is a complete portrait of Bee in 1994. That is to say, frayed, raw, and energized. And through visual implication, a parallel portrait of Bangkok of the early nineties - open, bleeding, ready, contradictory, raw, and on the cusp of enormous change.
The Hyper exhibition will feature 45 photographs from that session along with 4 enormous hallucinatroy 'mind-scapes' from the same period all hand printed on fiber base bromide paper by Mr Pin-Fat.