Shu Lea Cheang is an artist, filmmaker, and networker located in the Eurozone since 2000. Cheang constructs networked installations and large-scale, multi-player performances in participatory impromptu modes. She drafts sci-fi narratives in her film scenarios and builds social interfaces with transgressive plots and open networks. Engaged in media activism for more than two decades in New York city, Cheang created the Guggenheim Museum’s first web art commission, BRANDON (1998-1999). She has made two feature films, FRESH KILL (premiered at Berlin Film Festival, 1994) and I.K.U. (premiered at Sundance Film Festival, 2000). Currently situated in a post-crash BioNet zone, Cheang’s recent work takes on food, technology, viral love, and bio hacking.