↑ co-founder Anyways, Here’s the Thing
↗ Parsons MFA Design & Technology Class of 2016
→ SFPC alumna 
↘ 1/2 Livecoding duo elekhlekha

︎NYC–BKK
︎ nitcha.fame[at]gmail.com

ณิชชา โตทอง (เฟม)
︎NIT/chuh TOH/tawng
นักออกแบบ, ศิลปิน, นักเทคโนโลยี


Interdisciplinary designer, researcher, technologist and artist.


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Publication
6849 (Co-created with Kengchakaj Kengkarnka) Participated at New York Tech Zines Fair(NYC), 2018 and Tiny Tech Zines(LA), 2019

Atta-matic: mind the body (Extended Version) Nitcha Tothong ISWC '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers, 2017

Teaching, Workshop, and Speaking Engagements
Interactive Lighting Class, Brownsville Community Justice Center, Brooklyn (Co-organizing and co-teaching with Henry Lam)

Modes of Collaboration: Creative Technology Symposium V, part of session Two: Collaboration with Machines, The Creative Technologies Curriculum (CTC) at Teacher Collage, Columbia University, New York

Wearable Technology Class, Ofcourse, Brooklyn
Interactive Accessories, Manufacture NY, New York

Press
Fast Co.
Adafruits
The New School
Wearable
Wearable–The Best Wearable
Cambio
Observer
NHK World
IdN World
Motionographer

Nitcha is a Thai-born, New York-based interdisciplinary designer, researcher, technologist and artist. Her personal practice investigates the uneasy topics through narrative, sensory experience, humanizing technology, and emotional expression. Her designs specialize in various mediums such as time-based media, cel animation, handmade zine, prints, physical installation, augmented reality experience. Working alongside multidisciplinary teams and a wide range of clients, from individual artists to established companies internationally.

Nitcha's projects have been featured widely in the media, including Fast Company, T3, Adafruit and NHK World (Japan), IdN World (Hong Kong), as well as being exhibited at major festivals and institutions including IndieCade East, SXSW, and the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey, as well as the industry-leading annual global event, ISWC.

Résumé / Linkedin

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Awards
International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC) 2017
Design Exhibition Finalists for Atta–matic: mind the body

Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas 2017
Finalists for Atta–matic: mind the body

Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2015
Semifinalist for Lucid: you are dreaming

Degree show 2009 by Art4d,
Thailand Jury's selected Animation for Rest(less)

Mark

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