Shu Lea Cheang



Shu Lea Cheang (born 13 April 1954 in Taiwan) is a multimedia artist working in the fields of net-based installations, social interfaces and film production. Cheang received a bachelor's degree in history from National Taiwan University in 1976 and a master's degree in film studies from New York University in 1979.

Cheang is one of the leading multimedia artists working on multidisciplinary issues. With her multimedia approach at the intersection of film, video, internet-based installation, software interaction and durational performance, she is considered a pioneer in internet-based art. Her works are often interactive. She is known for her individual approach to art and technology, creatively mixing social issues with artistic methods. Cheang has also written and directed the feature films I.K.U. and FLUIDØ.

Since 1981, she has been a member of the television collective Paper Tiger Television, which broadcasts on open channels and aims to use her work to highlight the influence of mass media. Cheang currently lives and works in Paris, France.

Shu Lea Cheang.

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Trailer of FLUIDØ by Shu Lea Cheang (2017)


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Keywords

Cybernetic
Cybernetic Art
Cybernetic Implants
Cyborg
Cyborg Art
Cyborg Foundation
Cyborg Manifesto
Cyborgism
Posthumanism
Posthumanist
Shu Lea Cheang
Transhumanism
Transhumanist

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