Antonius Wiriadjaja is an Assistant Arts Professor at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a postdoctoral research resident and adjunct faculty at NYU Tisch's interactive telecommunications program (ITP) in New York City. He holds an MPS from NYU Tisch's ITP and a BA from Hampshire College.
Wiriadjaja’s research interests are performance, technology, and the traditional arts. His writing has appeared in art:21 blog, THEME magazine, and Monkeybicycle.
Wiriadjaja performs as an actor, dancer, and musician to sold-out audiences at venues including the Kitchen, the Stone, and Lincoln Center. His work combines programming and circuit hacking to manipulate sound, video, and imagery for live performance and installations. He received the Sony Electronics Scholarship from the Tisch School of the Arts in 2012 and was named NY1’s New Yorker of the Week on August 16, 2013.
- Interactive media
- Performing arts
- Wearable technology
- Interaction Lab
- Talking Fabrics
- MPS, Interactive Telecommunications, NYU Tisch ITP, 2012
- BA, Liberal Arts, Hampshire College, 2005