Both a filmmaker and an artist, Chulayarnnon Siriphol employs moving images and his body as his main medium. His works are wide and varied in genre, ranging from short film, experimental film, documentary to performance video and video installations. From adaptations of local mythology and science fiction to transformation of analog body to digital spirituality, he questions contemporary issues and political ideology through his own sense of sarcasm.
Siriphol’s solo exhibitions include “From Earth Heaven” at Organhaus Art Space, Chongqing (2018) and “Behind the Painting” at Art Centre Silpakorn University, Bangkok (2015). Group exhibitions include “Phantasmapolis: the 8th Asian Art Biennial”, Taichung, Taiwan (2021); “The 7th Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition”, Taipei (2020); “Ghost:2561” performance and video art programme in Bangkok (2018) and “Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs” at Para Site, Hong Kong, Jim Thomson House Art Center, Bangkok and Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila (2016-2017) amongst others.
Siriphol currently lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.