Thai Politics no.6 is a photographic series that examines three closed 7-Eleven convenience stores - taken during the military imposed curfew in 2014.
On 23rd May 2014, a day after Prayut Chan-o-cha (Commander of the Royal Thai Army) launched a coup d'etat, the Thai army imposed a nationwide curfew, barring people from the streets between 10pm and 5am.
7-Eleven convenience stores generally operate 24 hours per day and is a common sight within the urban landscape. Owned by CP All Public Company LImited, there are 10,268 branches across Thailand; manage by CP All and company business partners (2019).

'Thai Politics' is an ongoing series developed from the first major protest in Bangkok since 2006. Whilst exploring the differing political attitudes in Bangkok, the project also examines photography within an image rich world, from the rise of smart phone, proliferation of social media through to generative AI. Punctuating each addition to the series is not only a different dimension to people's political views and behaviours, but also a different approach to how they are captured and presented. This includes curating images found across social media (Thai Politics no.2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11) to the more traditional approach of digital and film photography (Thai politics no.1, 3, 5 and 6).