UKI is a viral performance, viral game and an interruptive cinema conceived by Shu Lea Cheang in 2009. Between 2009-2016, UKI was developed with collaborations and residencies at HangarBCN [artistas residentes] (Barcelona, Spain), Medialab Prado [Playlab] & [Desvisulizar](Madrid, Spain), LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial [Plataforma Cero] (Gijón n, Spain) and Imaginarium [residency] (Tourcoing, France). In 2016-2017, joined by producer Isabelle Arvers/Kareron, UKI received funds from la création multimédia et numérique (DICRéAM) of CNC (Centre national du cinéma et de l’image animée) in France for its development as a scifi interruptive cinema.

UKI as a viral performance and viral game [2009-2016]
UKI as feature length interruptive cinema [in development 2016-2018]
UKI, Virus Rising, a 3 channel installation at Gwangju Biennale 2018 [documentation]