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Shu Lea Cheang. Master Class and presentation of BRANDON work

From 10 am until 6 pm

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Concept and Direction: Shu Lea Cheang

EUA / USA, 1998-1999 (restored in: 2016-2017)

Commissioned and restored by: Guggenheim Museum

Type: Internet Art, Networked Art

Web Narrative in installments with multi-author upload

Curated by: Matthew Drutt (Guggenheim Museum)

Produced in association with: Society for Old and New Media (Amesterdão / Amsterdam), Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue (Harvard University), Banff Center for the Arts (Canadá / Canada)

Restoration Concept and Supervision (2016 – 2017): Joanna Phillips (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), Prof. Deena Engel (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University)

original url: http://webart.guggenheim.org/brandon

restored version: http://brandon.guggenheim.org/index.html

(1998 – 1999)

Roadtrip interface: Jordy Jones, Susan Stryker, Cherise Fong

Mooplay interface: Francesca da Rimini, Pat Cadigan, Lawrence Chua,

System Programming: Linda Tauscher

Panoptican interface: Beth Stryker, Auriea Harvey

Theatrum Anatomicum interface: Mieke Gerritzen, Janine Huizenga, Roos Eisma, Bram Boskamp

Theatrum Anatomicum Installation: Atelier Van Lieshout

Mardi Gras artist upload: Anna Munster & Michele Barker, Fiona McGregor, Sarah Waterson

(2016 – 2017)

Source Code Analysis and Restoration Prototyping (2016 – 2017):

Emma Dickson (class of 2017)  / and Jillian Zhong (class of 2016), students in the Department of Computer Science (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University)

Execution of the 2016-2017 Restoration:

Emma Dickson (class of 2017), student in the Department of Computer Science (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University), supported by Jonathan Farbowitz (Fellow for the Conservation of Computer-based Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)

Restoration was made possible with the Support: Guggenheim MuseumThe Guggenheim's initiative to Conserve Computer-based Art (CCBA) is supported by the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, Christie's, and Josh Elkes