Graduated from Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London in 2011. Wuttin Chansataboot is a Thai media artist and filmmaker working across disciplines from filmmaking to multi-media installation. His works has been regularly exhibited at art events and film festivals internationally. Chansataboots’ project The Metamorphosis of Self and Identity in Digital Erawon Celeste Prize (in Project Prize category) in Milan which made him the only Asian to be awarded the prize in 2015. He received the gold and silver medals in mixed-media art category from the 61st, 62nd and 63rd National Exhibition of Art, the longest running visual art competition in Thailand. As a full-time lecturer, Chansataboot is currently teaching in sculpture division, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University. In 2020, he obtained PhD in Visual Arts from Silpakorn University, doing a practice-based research revolving around the effect of virtual interaction on self and identity in social network realm. The creative processes of his artworks usually associate with the mechanism and fluidity of digital medium which could significantly alter what we perceive as reality in various aspects.