Uthit Atimana was born in ChiangMai. He is a keen intellectual and thinker in contemporary art and social media study. He started the “Chiangmai Social Installation” project (1993 – 1996). He was the vice-dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, CMU for the CMU Art Museum (2000-2004) and was the director of the Media Arts and Design Center, CMU (2003-2005). At present he is a board member of the land foundation, a lecturer for the Media Arts and Design Center, CMU and is a PhD fellow of Media Study.
Thasnai Sethaseree was born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1968. Recurrent themes in his practice have included issues of memory, migration, and a philosophical questioning of the nature of knowing. Sethaseree is best-known for his conceptual and relational works, usually ephemeral in nature; his practice has recently turned to sculpture and painting. His turn to painting recently premiered at the prestigious Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
Education 2011-2014: Doctoral of Information Management, Asian Institute of Technology. Dissertation: Distributed Platform for Archiving and Viewing Cultural Artifacts in 3D Using WebGL 2001-2003: Master of Science Information Technology and Management, Chiang Mai University, Thesis: Development of Groupware Using Open Source Software for Collaborative
Education and Qualifications 2010 - 2011 University of Sunderland Master of Arts (Obtained merit award) Program: Animation and Design 2003 - 2006 Chiang Mai University Master of Arts (GPA: 3.50) Program: Media Arts & Design 1998 - 2002 Chiang Mai Rajabhant University Bachelor of Arts with Honour I (GPA: 3.80) Program: Fine and Applied Arts (Visual
Sawit Prasertphan is a creative practitioner with an interdisciplinary background and works across a wide range of mediums including photography, film, moving image and sound. He has a degree from Goldsmiths, University of London and lectures in lens-based and time-based media at the department of Media Arts and Design, faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai
I grew up among the rice fields, rivers and forests of north-central Thailand. As the child of a mixed ethnic family, I quietly harbored many questions of identity and subjectivity. I had to encounter with cross-cultural life always, My mother is half overseas Chinese (Hainanese) and half ethnic Lao, while my father was of Black Tai ethnicity. Our diasporic family
Specialize in: New Music Composition, Computer Music, Music Technology, Sound Arts and Design, Music Theory and Analysis, 20th Century Music History Research interests: Current Audio Culture, Sound Arts, Experimental Music, Free Improvisation, Digital Audio Applications (Editing, Mixing, Analysis, Synthesis, Processing), Interdisciplinary Audio
I am a socio-cultural anthropologist with over 15 years of research and professional experience in Southeast Asia (Thailand, Lao PDR & Cambodia). My areas of interest include nationalism and ethnicity, memory, heritage, cultural rights, material and visual culture, museum studies, the anthropology of affect and performance studies. I am keen to continue my
A professional new media developer with 17 years of new media and interactive developing experience on a multitude of projects, including 15 years of lecturing experience regarding visual communication for prestigious higher education institutes of northern Thailand.
Ekanop Suwannakosum started his career as graphic design by working with several design companies. In the mean time, he has also been teaching at Chiangmai University, and consulting communicated in nonprofit organisations. Working with the Education Institute made him realise that ‘designer roles are no longer limited by commercial value and can expand to create various design projects and activities within society
(Thai) 2008-Published the first film critic-Cinemaru (Japanese Films in Cultural Contexts) 2009-Published the short story-Twilight Song 2009-Published the second collected essays-The Inter-Mind Airport 2010-Published the short story-Matytr 2010-Published the short story-Ghost Song 2011-Published the short story-Love Boat which sinks into tht cup of coffee 2011-
(Thai) Dr.Pensupa Sukkata is the ex-Director in residence at the Hariphunchai National Museum, Lamphun. She was born in Bangkok Thailand on 10th November 1964. Her pen-name in literature world is “Pen Pakata”, who has been writing poetry from a tender age. She has trained as an art historian and archeologist in Bangkok and Lausanne, Switzerland, where she
(Thai) 1994-2001 2008 Guest Lecturer, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University THAILAND Travel Inspiration: (Visit Art Museum) United States , »New York City 2004 Visiting Artist, Space: Science, Technology and the Arts, European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC),Noordwijk, NETHERLANDS 2000 Invited Artist, World Affairs Conference,
(Thai) - Researcher Assistant of E – Learning for CS 204105 Course (Computer Science, Faculty of Science, CMU) - Lecturer Assistant of CS 204211 Object Oriented Programming by Java (Computer Science, Faculty of Science, CMU) - Trainer of 3D MAX Training (Media Arts and Design, College of Graduate Study, CMU) - Project Assistant of Chiang Mai Province’s
(Thai) Santiphap Inkong-ngam was born in Lamphun, Thailand in 1973. He has studied filmmaking independently since he was young. And well known as independent filmmaker and video artist. Most of Santiphap films are collaborated with various unique local groups of people such as monks, minorities or ethnic communities. Besides his career as an independent
(Thai) Drawing : 2003 Bangkok University gallery Bangkok Bremen : Contemporary Art / Bangkok University Gallery / 2004 Nahsan Studio Hanoi : In Act Art Perform with Jay Santiphap 2010 Life Line Drawing and Photo Exhibition : Berlin / Helga Maria Bischoff Gallery 2011 Marooned : Photo and Drawing Exhibition / with Nathalie Bissig / Helga Maria Bischoff Gallery