Punk rock has many faces. Wherever it flourishes, the media tends to focus on its visual cues: angst-ridden mohawked youths, tattoos, piercings, loud coloured clothing, spikes, chains, black leather. While punk may have become watered down in its places of origin, elsewhere in the world – from Indonesia and Burma to China and Cambodia – it has taken root as a relevant and very alive form of dissent.

On-going project