Civilizing Siam Through Collodion

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Invented in the mid-1800s, glass plate negatives became a popular alternative to other photographic processes of the time, such as daguerreotype negatives, for its ability to produce sharper images with less exposure time. These days, the antiquated method of documentation is used by fine art photographers to give a charming old-school feel to images.

Some of Bangkok’s most historical structures are captured on glass plate negatives in Civilizing Siam Through Collodion, an exhibition by Thapphawut Parinyapariwat of Red Light Lab Studio that depicts 12 spots across Rattanakosin Island in hauntingly beautiful black and white.

Civilizing Siam Through Collodion is part of Cultural District Bangkok 2021, and is now on display at Museum Siam until October 31.

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