Olivier Pin-Fat lives in Asia. His photography has been exhibited widely and appeared in leading publications. Through his work he explores his own subjective by focusing on the chaos and instability that surrounds him.

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The images were taken a decade ago during the Nat Pwe of Taung Pyone. In Burma, ›Nats‹ are worshipped spirits, mainly the ghosts of heroes and heroines who died violently. They must be appeased during a ›Pwe‹ (festival), when they are invoked and become manifest through ›Nat Kadaws‹ (mediums) as well as unsuspecting devotees who are ›possessed‹ by them.