Tarshaa Krishnaraj is a designer and creative technologist based in New York City investigating the cultural touchpoints of A.I. through design and film.

She imagines design as future states of being, informed by the current climate of our existence.  Using technology, A.I., humor and function she crafts empathetic design solutions that ask bigger questions about our future realities. 


Open to collaborations.



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Tarshaa Krishnaraj







Food Foragers
2023


A collaboration with TOTH Labs™️ of Weill Cornell Medicinewith the guidance of Nicole Molle. 

Towards a future of an overpopulated, foraging world. Where humans lose autonomy and natural object posess decision making qualities. 



The Bud Eater forages.

It lives in a future world, where humans rely on objects and excess machines to make decisions for them. Especially food decisions, where a future food fiction involves maintaining overpopulation of mass humans. How would the world feed these humans? The human loses all autonomy in such circumstances. 

A found head steamer is fitted with a rock that beeps around when pushed by a human. 

This piece was made with Found Head Steamer, Soapstone, Metal Rod, Circuits, Theremin, Moss.







Collaborating with WEill Cornell Medicine’s Nicole Molle.



THE BUD EATER (rock) + Theremin Circuit




The bud is the orange tail fitted with a theremin that makes noises as things approach it. 

CONCEPT DOCUMENTS


RESEARCH:

Object oriented autonomy to become perceptory tools of what the human does not posses.

IMPORTANCE OF ROCKS:

- Rocks are endless

- Inside rocks are initially where water was found- so they are natural vessels.

- They will never cease to exist


A COLLABORATION WITH TOTH LAB™️