Pongpan Suriyapat (李速鵬)
B.Arch (Architecture) M.Sc. Applied IT (Art & Technology)
Date of Birth : May 14th 1980
Master of Science in Applied Information Technology
with a specialization in Art and Technology.
Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, SWEDEN
Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, majoring Architecture.
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, THAILAND
Intelligent Surface, Interactive System exhibited at Mindshare Digital Day, Four Seasons Hotel, Bangkok, THAILAND.
Intelligent Surface, Interactive System exhibited at Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok, THAILAND.
Interactive Installations, Advertisement and Game for Apple iStudio Day, Central World, Bangkok, THAILAND.
Interactive Installations with Physical User Interaction for 100 Pipers Promotional Event, Santika Pub, Bangkok, THAILAND.
The Ultimate Solution, Thesis exhibition in Art and Technology with installations titled: Embedded Information in Architectural Elements and Plug in For Architectural Elements, 141:an, Göteborg, SWEDEN.
Liners, Collaborating Project with Zach Lieberman and Theo Watson. Generative Video Performance, performing at OFFF, Barcelona and LaDinamo, Madrid, SPAIN.
Killing Time, Interactive Furniture, collaborate with Nayoung Lee and Jooeun Han. Exhibited at Valand School of Fine Art. Göteborg, SWEDEN.
Light Ball, Artificial Snow Ball with Light Embedded, public intervention project at Brunnsparken, Göteborg, SWEDEN.
Connecting People, Interactive Installation Using Hand Gesture Recognition, Collaborative Project with B/U/G Studio for Nokia Exhibition at ICT Expo, Bangkok, THAILAND.
Play, Enjoy! Interactive Art Exhibition at MOK-A Museum, Gyeonggi-do, SOUTH KOREA.
Memorable Journey, Interactive Video Installation with Jooeun Han, exhibited at “Hundar” Rackstadmuseet Arvika, SWEDEN.
Movie Generating Machine based on Physical User Interface and Markov Chain Theory, “Hidden Agenda” Exhibition 141:an, Göteborg, SWEDEN.
2007 : “Killing Time”, Gothenburg University, SWEDEN.
2006 : “Deteriorated Pictures”, at MOK-A Museum, Gyeonggi-do, SOUTH KOREA.