Shu Lea Chang
Shu Lea Cheang is a multi-media artist working in the field of net-based installation, social interface and film production. Her net installation works are in the permanent collections of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, NTT [ICC], Tokyo, and the Guggenheim Museum: (Bowling Alley, 1995; Buy One Get One, 1997; and Brandon, 1998-1999).
She has made two theatrical feature films: Fresh Kill, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 1994 and was included in Whitney Biennale (New York) in 1995; and I.K.U., produced by Tokyo's Uplink, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000. Her recent installation and web projects include BabyPlay (NTT [ICC], Tokyo, 2001), Garlic=RichAir (Creative Time, New York, 2002), Burn (Venice Biennale, 2003), Milk (56K Bastard TV, 2004), and BabyLove (Palais de Tokyo, 2005).
She has co-founded several collectives: Kingdom of Piracy (based in net space since 2001); Mumbai Streaming Attack (based in Zurich since 2003); and TAKE2030 (based in London since 2003). In 2007 she launched “MobiOpera”, a collective public cinema made with mobile phones at the New Frontier, Sundance Film Festival. She is currently developing “LOVEME2030”, a series of multi-screen-based installations set in Metropolis Europa.