Ursula Endlicher's work resides at the intersection of Internet art, performance, and multi-media installation. Since the mid 1990ies her practice has been bridging the gap between the World Wide Web and physical reality. She translates the structural compo- nents of networks––be they human-made or naturally occurring––into choreographies for performances, installations and objects. She has exhibited and performed her work at venues internationally, among them the Whitney Museum of American Art’s artport; ZERO1Festival, San Jose; transmediale11 festival in Berlin; SIGGRAPH Asia, Japan; Jersey City Museum, NJ; Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY; the Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn, NY; Lightindustry, Brook- lyn, NY; the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland; Quarti- er21/Museumsquartier Vienna/Austria; Beral Madra Contemporary Art Center in Istanbul/ Turkey; and Woodstreet Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA. Her most recent Internet-driven theater work is currently presented at the “Experimental Media Performance Lab” at UC Irvine, while others have been presented by the "Theater am Neumarkt" in Zürich, Switzerland. Endlicher's Internet projects have been commis- sioned for the Turbulence website and she has participated in the Virtual Residency 2.0 at Location One. Her work is part of the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University, and the ursula blickle's videoarchiv at the Belvedere in Vienna, Austria. www.Ursenal.net
Learn about her participation in IMC Lab + Gallery's exhibition, Climate Art: New Ways of Seeing Data with NRDC and Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.