Born in Thailand in 1962; lives and work in Thailand.
In 1990, Oranniwesna began studying at Tokyo University of the Art on a scholarship from the Japanese government, and received a MFA with a focus on printmaking six years latter. He has participated in numerous international exhibitions including the Venice Biennale (2007), Busan Biennale (2008), and the Singapore Biennale (2013). From around 1995, after early experiments with intaglio printmaking, Oranniwesna began to concentrate on mixed media installation, exploring found objects that were significant with respect to specific social history, material culture and contemporary issues. At KENPOKU ART 2016, he will be combined the stencil maps of 32 cities include 12 towns and villages in Ibaraki Prefecture, and by sprinkling baby powder on stenciled maps, he will sculpt an interconnected imaginary cityscape.