Both « lost in paradise » and « paradise lost », the series of photographs by Lek Kiatsirikajorn explores the current situation of the city of Bangkok and the lives of some of its inhabitants. Coming to the city from the countryside, attracted by the city lights, workers are confronted with the verticality and the never-ending construction in the urban space.
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