Relic House
Simon Larbalestier
"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand.

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  • Poster image of a cowgirl advertising a Thai brand of whiskey in the foreground of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.Poster image of a cowgirl advertising a Thai brand of whiskey in the foreground of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 22/06/2012: Poster image of a cowgirl advertising a Thai brand of whiskey in the foreground of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • Wooden door frames of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.Wooden door frames of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 10/12/2011: Wooden door frames of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • The remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.The remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 22/06/2012: The remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • A wooden birdcage and plastic model of an Owl inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A wooden birdcage and plastic model of an Owl inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/06/2012: A wooden birdcage and plastic model of an Owl inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • A rain-soaked children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A rain-soaked children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 11/12/2011: A rain-soaked children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • An old motorcycle jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.An old motorcycle jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 18/12/2011: An old motorcycle jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A suit jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013).

 "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A suit jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013).

 "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/06/2012: A suit jacket hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • An old pair of cotton jeans nailed to a wall in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.An old pair of cotton jeans nailed to a wall in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/07/2013: An old pair of cotton jeans nailed to a wall in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • An umbrella inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013).

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.An umbrella inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013).

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/06/2012: An umbrella inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • Detail of a studded leather belt hanging in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.Detail of a studded leather belt hanging in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 11/12/2011: Detail of a studded leather belt hanging in a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A pair of stereo headphones and cables hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A pair of stereo headphones and cables hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 15/12/2011: A pair of stereo headphones and cables hanging off a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A 5 litre water bottle adapted as a rain protector for an extension lead and electrical socket, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A 5 litre water bottle adapted as a rain protector for an extension lead and electrical socket, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/07/2013: A 5 litre water bottle adapted as a rain protector for an extension lead and electrical socket, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A dart board, wire and a bicycle wheel inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A dart board, wire and a bicycle wheel inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/07/2013: A dart board, wire and a bicycle wheel inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A punctured paper target with heart-shaped graphics and Thai script, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A punctured paper target with heart-shaped graphics and Thai script, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 22/06/2012: A punctured paper target with heart-shaped graphics and Thai script, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • A blonde wig of hair catches the sunlight inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A blonde wig of hair catches the sunlight inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 09/12/2011: A blonde wig of hair catches the sunlight inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • An old bicycle in the grounds of a derelict house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.An old bicycle in the grounds of a derelict house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 11/12/2011: An old bicycle in the grounds of a derelict house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • The owner of an old dilapidated wooden house, mends a punctured tyre ,in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.The owner of an old dilapidated wooden house, mends a punctured tyre ,in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 23/12/2011: The owner of an old dilapidated wooden house, mends a punctured tyre ,in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • A rain-sodden children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.A rain-sodden children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 07/08/2012: A rain-sodden children's soft toy elephant nailed to a beam inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2012. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: © Simon Larbalestier
  • Detail of an old wooden cupboard, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.Detail of an old wooden cupboard, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Thailand - 15/12/2011: Detail of an old wooden cupboard, inside a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2011. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier
  • The collapsed remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. Since I first documented this house in 2011, the building has now virtually collapsed. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.The collapsed remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. Since I first documented this house in 2011, the building has now virtually collapsed. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). 

"Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography?  According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place.  This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
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      Bangkok, Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand - 30/07/2013: The collapsed remains of a dilapidated wooden house in the Sathorn district of Bangkok, Thailand, 2013. Since I first documented this house in 2011, the building has now virtually collapsed. From the series "Relic House" (2011-2013). "Relic House" represents a series of photographs that document the eventual collapse of a wooden dwelling in the sub soi's of Bangkok's Sathorn district in Thailand. Originating in 2011, this body of work was the protagonist for the later "Bangkok Edge", "Last Days of May" and "Ishan" series of photographs that collectively explore the complex nature of Psychogeography? What is Psychogeography? According to Guy Debord: "The study of the specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organised or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals." It is the point where psychology and geography collide, a means of exploring the behavioural impact of urban place. This exploration of emotive landscape, ruin aesthetic and the sense of constant change was also the basis for the serialised body of photographs entitled "Bangkok Railroads" which began in 2013.
      Credit: Simon Larbalestier

 

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