Between 2010 and 2012, Dow Wasiksiri made his series called Local fashion around Kad Luang Market – Chiang Mai, to celebrate the centenary of the biggest market in Thailand (celebrated in 2011). He took his pictures looking around and watching people passing by in the market: «I choose people who were not interested in fashion, who are just themselves». After that, he looked for background at the local fabric stalls around: vinyl, tablecloth and other fabric that could be used as temporary and tailored background.
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