Tiri Kananuruk is a performer and sound artist. Her work explores the manipulation of sound in the context of technological consumerism, examining human relationships through the use of transmitted signals, machine learning, chatbots and bodily movement. Her research is about the choice in the automation era and how the performer can use the lack of choice as an improvisation platform.
Bangkok-born, New York-based, Tiri Kananuruk is a performer and new media artist. She holds a BA in Exhibition Design from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, and an Master in Interactive Telecommunications from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She recently finished her 1- year Mew Media Art residency at Mana Contemporary.
In New York City, she has performed at Roulette Intermedium, Judson Memorial Church, Bernard Collage's Movement Lab, The Firehouse Space Brooklyn, and Mana Contemporary among others. Her installation work has been exhibited at Baby Castles, Mana Contemporary and the Center for Ballet and the Arts.