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Ursula Endlicher's work resides on the intersection of Internet, performance and multi-media installation. Her focus lies in translating the social and structural components of the Web into choreography for performances, into installations and objects. She has exhibited and performed her work internationally in venues such as Whitney Museum of American Art's artport, ZERO1 Biennial, ISEA, the transmediale.11 festival in Berlin; at SIGGRAPH Asia, Japan; Postmasters Gallery, New York; the Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn; and at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland.
http://www.ursenal.net

 Bio a bit longer:

Ursula Endlicher's work resides on the intersection of Internet, performance and multi-media installation. Her focus lies in translating the social and structural components of the Web into choreography for performances, installations and objects.
She has exhibited and performed her work internationally in venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art's artport, ZERO1 Biennial, ISEA, the transmediale.11 festival in Berlin; at SIGGRAPH Asia, Japan; Postmasters Gallery, New York; the Center for Performance Research, and Light Industry, Brooklyn; and at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland.
Her net-art work has been commissioned for Whitney.org and Turbulence.org; her Internet/theater work has been presented at the xMPL / Contemporary Arts Center in Irvine, California, and at the Theater am Neumarkt in Zürich, Switzerland. She participated in the Virtual Residency 2.0 at Location One, and has been invited to several international festivals on networked culture and performance.
Her work is part of the ursula blickle's videoarchiv at the Belvedere in Vienna, Austria, and the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University.
Her website is www.ursenal.net.

 Bio long:

Ursula Endlicher's work resides on the intersection of Internet, performance and multi-media installation. Since 1994 the Internet has had an impact on her practice where she bridges the Web and physical reality. Her focus lies in translating the social and structural components of the Web into choreography for performances, into installations and objects.

Recently: a large-scale multi-media Internet/theater piece called "Far-Flung follows function" developed for and performed at the Experimental Media Performance Lab / Contemporary Arts Center in Irvine, California. In 2012, a presentation of works at the LISA (Leaders in Software and Art) conference at the Guggenheim Museum in NYC. Running for more than a year was a project called "Light and Dark Networks", two online data performances commissioned by the Whitney Museum of American Art, curated by Christiane Paul. Endlicher showed works with the Streaming Museum at ZERO1 Biennial, Momentum Worldwide in Berlin, and ISEA2012. She developed a new live networked performance (and installation) called "Remote Schmink-a-thon" for the Digital Media Festival in Vermont. Endlicher developed a project called "interACTicons" which premiered at the transmediale.11 festival in Berlin, Germany, and which was shown at the Paraflows.7, the 2012 Festival in Vienna. She performed a new performance/installation "Website Annotations/Impersonations" at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Previously she participated in "the future is not what it used to be", a group show at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland, which brought together artists engaged in the Internet shaped culture, curated by Magdalena Sawon. Recently, Endlicher exhibitied also "Partly Cloudy Structures", a new net-art piece and installation, at the exhibition "Shadow & Light" in Lövestad, Sweden. Before that she showed "3 min html movements" at the Artboom Festival in Krakow, Poland. Before, a sequence of "Facebook Re-enactments" which was part of the show "Mirror, Mirror" at Postmasters Gallery. She was also showing a new "Website Wig" Installation at Jersey City Museum an installation of the the museum's website as a Wig (at the group show: Hair Tactics). Before that she showed a new installation/performance series "Website Impersonations: The Next Generation" at SIGGRAPH Asia 2009 in Yokohama, Japan. Just before she showed "Facebook User Labor Enactments" at "The Internet as Playground and Factory", a conference on digital labor at The New School in New York. Before this, she exhibited "Facebook Re-enactments" at Location One Gallery in New York which was developed during their Virtual Residency 2.0 program. She recently also showed the final part of her ten-part performance series "Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited" (www.google.com) at the Center for Performance Research. Before that she performed another part of this series - www.facebook.com - at Light Industry in Brooklyn, part of "Theater of Code", curated by Christiane Paul. Endlicher showed her work also at Theater am Neumarkt in Zürich, Switzerland, at Gallery Dana Charkasi in Vienna, Austria, at Quartier21/Museumsquartier, Vienna, Austria, at Beral Madra Contemporary Art Center in Istanbul, Turkey, at Woodstreet Galleries, Pittsburgh, and at Artists Space in New York. She participated in the Performance Mix Festival at the LMCC Swing Space@Seaport, New York, and at the MULTIPLACE network culture festival in Slovakia. Her work is included in the ursula blicke videoarchiv at the Belvedere in Vienna, Austria, at the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Cornell University, and has been featured on Furtherfield.org.

Endlicher's projects include Far-Flung follows function (2013), a theatrical enactment of a networked computer system, choreographed by weather data, performed at xMPL at the CAC, Irvine. Light and Dark Networks (2012), two online data performances taking over Whitney.org. InterACTicons (2011), a participatory video/Internet driven installation and performance piece shown at transmediale Festival. Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited (2006-09), a ten-part Live/Web performance series that utilizes Web Code as choreography. This series as well as the project html_butoh, a web-based participatory performance commissioned by Turbulence.org in 2007, are built on the html-movement-library, a database for small video clips enacting the html language through movement. She created Website Impersonations: The Amazons (.at versus .com), an interactive multi-media installation with real-time web-feed navigable via the interactive "mouse-chair" for which she received a production grant by the Austrian Cultural Forum NYin 2006. A presentation of her web works including Famous For One Spam was commissioned by the Whitney Museum, for artport's Gate Pages in 2004. Web Performer 1.0 was among the first net art works included into Rhizome's ArtBase in 1999. She produced her very first piece for the Internet - "Left/Right", downloadable files that could be printed out and assembled - for The Thing BBS in Vienna in 1994.

She has lectured about her work in the US, Europe, and Asia, and has been contributing to several international publications about net art, performance and interactivity. Together with Ela Kagel she ran the blog Curating net art from 2006-2009, discussing net art and the questions of its curation online and in "physical" space.
Endlicher's work can be seen at www.ursenal.net.

Born in Vienna, Austria, she lives and works as a "multiple-media" artist in New York since 1993.


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INTERNET PROJECTS / NETWORKED INSTALLATIONS & PERFORMANCES:
2013 Far-Flung follows function
2012 Remote Schmink-a-thon
2011/12 Light and Dark Networks
2011 interACTicons
2011 Website Annotations/Impersonations
2010 Partly Cloudy Structures
2010 3 min of html-movements
2009 Website Impersonations: The Next Generation
2009 Facebook User Labor Enactments
2006-09 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited
2008 Taboo Theater 2.0
2007 html_butoh
2007 The html-movement-library
2006 Website Impersonations: The Amazons (.at versus .com)
2005 Website Portrait Performances
2004 Famous For One Spam
2003 A Wireless Network Performance
2000 Web Performer 2.0
1999 Web Performer 1.0
1997 Ready To Order - WWWaitress
1994 Left/Right

EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS - online/offline (selection):
Solo:
2011/12 Light and Dark Networks @ Whitney.org, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
2008 Website Portrait Performances + Website Wigs, Gallery Dana Charkasi, Vienna, Austria
2007 The html-movement-library plus Singing Website Wallpaper, MediaNoche, New York
2007 html_butoh, Turbulence.org
2004 Gate Page, artport, @ Whitney.org,The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
2000 Web Performer 2.0, bbs.thing.net, The Thing New York
1999 Web Performer 1.0, bbs.thing.net, The Thing New York
1997 Ready To Order - WWWaitress,Web project for Austrian Cultural Institute, New York
1995 Jesus Freud Sich, Kunstraum Brasilica, Vienna, Austria
1994 Left/Right, online edition for The Thing BBS, Vienna
1992 LEU 3000, Theseustempel, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria
1991 Eine Auslegung, bitte, Gegenwartsinstitut, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria

Group:
2013 Climate Art: New Ways of Seeing Data, IMC Lab+Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Instrument, Second Triennial at Kulturmöllan, Lövestad, Sweden
2013 Artistic License in Silicon Valley, Streaming Museum@ISEA 2013 , Sidney, Australia
2012 Artistic License in Silicon Valley, Momentum Worldwide, Berlin, Germany (curated by Streaming Museum)
2012 LOW LIVES: ISEA2012, ISEA 2012: Machine Wilderness, Albuquerque, NM
2012 Artistic License in Silicon Valley, ZERO1 Biennial / Urban Screen, San Jose, CA (curated by Streaming Museum)
2012 paraflows.7, Festival for Digital Art and Culture, Das Weisse Haus, Vienna, Austria
2012 Permanent Collection, Nancy Margolis Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Micro, Artistree Gallery, Woodstock Digital Media Festival, Woodstock, VT
2011 LISA (Leaders in Software and Art) Screening Series, Big Screen Plaza, New York, NY
2011 Transmediale Festival, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
2011 The Simulationists, Rymer Gallery, School of the Arts Institute of Chicago, Illinois
2010 the future is not what it used to be, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
2010 Shadow & Light, Kulturmöllan, Lövestad, Sweden
2010 Made In Internet, ArtBoom Festival, Krakow, Poland
2010 Mirror, Mirror, Postmasters Gallery, New York
2010 Hair Tactics, Jersey City Museum, NJ
2009 Adaptation, SIGGRAPH Asia 2009, Yokohama, Japan
2009 Changing Labor Value Vera List Center for Art & Politics at The New School, New York
2009 Virtual Residency Project 2.0 - Levels of Undo, Location One Gallery, New York
2009 MGFest 09, Inclusion into Turbulence.org's Cambridge Online Artist Feature (http://MGFest.com/09/Online/onlineart.php)
2007 paraflows07, MAK-Gegenwartskunstdepot Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark and Quartier21/Museumsquarter, Vienna, Austria
2007 Contemporary Baroque - extreme excess, BM-Suma Contemporary Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey
2007 Thread, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh
2006 Switching Worlds: Desires and Identities, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York
2006 When Artists Say We, Artists Space, New York
2005 Illegal Machines, Art Athena, Athens, Greece
2004 NY - Wien, art position Gallery, Vienna, Austria
2002 Let's twist again, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
1999 ReelNY.web, WNET/Channel 13, New York
1996 Can you digit?, Postmasters Gallery, New York
1995 Energy, Visual Arts Gallery, New York
1994 The Senses We Have No Name For, West Side Gallery, New York
1994 Cyberqueer-Mix94, Anthology Film Archive, New York
1994 Media Lounge, ISEA, Helsinki, Finland
1993 Works on Paper - Paperworks, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
1992 (D.E.L.R.), Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria
1992 Time Based Bar/In-House-TV, 300 Years Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria
1991 Tempi/Zeiten/Times, Progetto Civitella d'Agliano, Italy
1990 Inspiration - Sommeratelier, Art Fair and Exhibition, Hannover, Germany
1989 60 Tage Österreichisches Museum des 21. Jahrhunderts, Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria
1988 Feminale, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

PERFORMANCES - online/offline (selection):
2013 Far-Flung follows function @ Experimental Media Performance Laboratory, UC Irvine, CA
2012 Remote Schmink-a-thon @ Woodstock Digital Media Festival, Woodstock, VT
2012 The Old Internet Slide Show @ Low Lives 4 Networked Performance Festival, New York
2011 interACTicons, live! @ Tansmediale Festival, Berlin, Germany
2011 Website Annotations/Impersonations, SAIC, Chicago, Illinois
2010 The Old Internet: Follow The Old Internet's Plan, @ Chashama Harlem Studios Gallery, New York
2009 Website Impersonations: The Next Generation, @ "Adaptation", SIGGRAPH Asia 2009, Yokohama, Japan
2009 Facebook User Labor Enactments, @ "The Internet as Playground and Factory", a conference on digital labor, The New School, New York
2009 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #2 - www.google.com, Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn, New York
2009 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #3 - www.live.com, studios on view, New York
2009 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #8 - www.facebook.com, Light Industry, Brooklyn (Part of "Theater of Code", curated by Christiane Paul)
2008 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #6 - www.wikipedia.org, LABFactory Wien, Vienna, Austria (with Aiko and her Dance workshop)
2008 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #10 - www.orkut.com, Performance Mix Festival, LMCC Swing Space@Seaport, New York
2008 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #7 - www.msn.com, Performance Mix Festival, LMCC Swing Space@Seaport, New York
2008 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #1 - www.yahoo.com, Performance Mix Festival, LMCC Swing Space@Seaport, New York
2007 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #4 - www.youtube.com, presented by Upgrade!Berlin, Germany
2007 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #5 - www.myspace.com, MediaNoche, New York
2006 Website Impersonations: The Ten Most Visited #9 - www.howstuffworks.com, studios on view, New York
2003 A Wireless Network Performance, HouseWork, New York
1996 Hot Voodoo, The New York International Video & New Media Festival/Soho-Arts-Festival, Void, New York
1996 Emperor Franz-Joseph, The New York Kunsthalle
1994 11th LEU, PostModern Moo, telnet hero.village.virginia.edu 7777

Joining/participating in performances by other artists:
2012 Angry, participation in Annie Abrahams online video performance at Upstage Festival 121212
2012 Huis Clos : No Exit - Beyond (spectacle), joining Annie Abrahams in her performance at Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh
2011 Angry Women, participation in Annie Abrahams video/online performance at CRAC, Sete, France
2010 Huis Clos : No Exit - On Translation, joining Annie Abrahams in her performance at Netherland Media Art Institute, Amsterdam
2009 SLOW, joining Platform2 & ikatun (kanarinka projects) & Alissa Cardone (Kinodance), Boston, MA
2006 The Jewel Box II, joining Laura Meyers, BAX, Brooklyn, NY
2004 Demotic, joining the PlainTextPlayers, UCI Beall Center for Art + Technology and UC-Irvine, CA
2003 The Roman Forum, joining the PlainTextPlayers, Yin Moo/ UC-Irvine, CA
1999 Birth of the Christ Child, joining the PlainTextPlayers, Yin Moo/ UC-Irvine and Munich Medienforum, Munich, Germany
1996 Wicked Messenger, joining Robert Appelton, Soho-Arts-Festival, Apex-Art Gallery, New York

THEATER/INTERNET PRODUCTIONS
2013 Far-Flung follows function With Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Allen, Experimental Media Performance Laboratory, UC Irvine, CA
2008 Taboo Theater 2.0 With Ela Kagel and Anke Zimmermann, Theater am Neumarkt in Zürich, Switzerland, and Internet/Blog

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Reviews Online/Press:
2013 (-) UCI performance personifies a crashing computer, by Jordan Graham, OCR, October 11, 2013
2012 (-) Low Lives Review-screenings, live and via the internet. by Becky Hunter, May 10, 2012
2012 (-) The Whitney Artport by Louis Douglas, Rhizome Editorial, rhizome.org, February 7, 2012
2010 (-)
A Portrait of a Portrait of a Portrait by Michelle Levy, ARTslanT, April 18, 2010
2009 (-)
Space and Cyberspace: URSULA ENDLICHER'S Internet in the Round by Mary Love Hodges, The Brooklyn Rail, November 2009
2008 (-) Haarige Verknüpfungen, Der Standard, Vienna/Austria, May 21/22 2008 (Page 35)
2007 (-) Franz Thalmair, Tanze das Netz: "html_butoh", DerStandard.at, Vienna, Austria, September 17, 2007
        (-) Alexandra Boutros, html_butoh, Furtherfield Review, www.furtherfield.org, May 10, 2007
        (-) Kurt Shaw, Exhibit ties traditional craft together with computer technology, Pittsburgh Tribune, PA, Feb.1, 2007
        (-) Mary Thomas, 'Thread' weaves a digital approach to craft artworks, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.com, Feb. 07, 2007
        (-) Irene Wu, Dance Code, Rhizome News, rhizome.org, January 17, 2007
        (-) Art - Das Kunstmagazin Online, html_butoh, www.art-magazin.de
2006 (-) R.C.Baker, Art/Best in Show, Village Voice, New York, April 5 - 11
        (-) Flavorpill NYC, Multimedia, http://nyc.flavorpill.net/mailer/issue305/index.html
2005 (-) Knotenlabor, Kultur/Tanz Wien, Der Standard, Vienna, Dec. 2005
        (-) HypertextArts, MediaArts & ContemporaryArts
2003 (-) Marlena Corcoran, An Internet Performance for the Third Millenium, (reg. PlainTextPlayers participation) Performing Arts Journal, PAJ 73 (2003), pp.91-94
2002 (-) Nicole Scheyerer, Vienna is Burning, Falter, Vienna, Oct. 2002  
2001 (-) Nico Haupt, Commuterworld, De:Bug, http://www.de-bug.de/texte/1604.html
1999 (-) Florentina Welley, If You Can Make It There, DIVA, Vienna, 1999
1996 (-) Ricardo Dominguez, State Of Emergency, Thingreviews, Sept. 1996
        (-) Gerard Hovagimyan, I have seen the future and it works, Thingreviews, August1996
        (-) Ann Marlowe, Are We Having Fun Yet?, "Byte Me", Time Out-Magazine, New York, March 1996
        (-) Ready To Order, Austria Kultur, New York, Dec. 1996
1995 (-) Reinhard Braun, Am Rande des Netzwerks, Camera Austria 51-52/1995
        (-) Markus Weiland, Bartmänner, Falter, Vienna, Sept. 1995
1994 (-) Doris Krumpl, Kunst Im Datennetz, Der Standard, Vienna, Dec. 1994
1993 (-) Hermes Phettberg, Verrückt, Falter, Vienna, April 1993
        (-) Kunst kurz, Falter, Vienna, April 1993
1992 (-) (D.E.L.R.), Kulturjournal, Austrian National Television (ORF), 1992
        (-) (D.E.L.R.), Seitenblicke, Austrian National Television (ORF), 1992
1990 (-) Seitenblicke, Austrian National Television (ORF), 1990        

Publications/Books/Journals (Contributions):
2012 (-) Emergency INDEX 2011, "documenting performance annually", Ugly Duckling Presse, NY
2008 (-) "Dialogues - Translations - Performances" (w/ E.Kagel) for "CUREDITING - TRANSLATIONAL ONLINE WORK (guest curated by Franz Thalmair) for Vague Terrain,
        Journal for Digital Art/Culture/Technology
        (-) "Multiple Media - Internet (Driven) Works" for Christa Sommerer, Laurent, Mignonneau, Dorothee King (eds.), Interface Cultures - Artistic Aspects of Interaction,
        transcript, Bielefeld, Germany
2007 (-) "TAGgallery_003_link.of.thought_thought.of.link" (w/ E.Kagel) for circulating contexts/CURATING MEDIA/NET/ART, CONT3XT.NET, Vienna; Books on Demand
        GmbH, Norderstedt
        (-) Dertnig/Seibold, Let's twist again, Anthology of Performance Works in Vienna from 1960 until today - A psychogeographic map; deA publishing pool,
       Gumpoldskirchen, Austria
2004 (-) Dr. Reinhold Grether, The Digital Arena, Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen University, Germany
2000 (-) Stefan Federspiel, Net Art Guide, Fraunhofer Institute, Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, Stuttgart, 2000

Interviews:
2011 (-) Ela Kagel, Free Culture Incubator Workshop No 5: Get your message across, transmediale - festival for art and digital culture berlin.
        (-)
Zach McCune, A New Days' Work, Electronic Art of the 21st Century, Delivered Daily, Video interview about interACTicons, conducted at transmediale.11 in Berlin.
        (-) Wiebke Pöpel, Facebook und die transmediale - dein Gesicht gehört uns, 2010LAB.tv. Includes interview sections about interACTicons, conducted at transmediale11.
2010 (-) Theater 2.0..., Video Interview for 2010Lab.tv, part of "Ruhr.2010 - Kulturhauptstadt Europas".
2007 (-) Katherina Zakravsky and Thomas Jelinek, "Public Affairs", Online Interview and streaming conversation @ labfactory channel, Labfactory/ContextLab, Vienna,
             Oct. 25, 2007
        (-) Franz Thalmair, Tanze das Netz: "html_butoh", Interview with DerStandard.at, Vienna, Austria, September 17, 2007
        (-) Radio Interview, Loisaida Cultural Wire - Eastvillageradio
2006 (-) Heather Wagner, IMHO, http://www.location1.org/artists/imho/

Exhibition Catalogues:
2013 Instrument, Second Triennial at Kulturmöllan, Lövestad, South Sweden
2011 transmediale.11, transmediale Festival, Kulturprojekte Berlin, 2011.
2010 future, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland. 2010
2009 SIGGRAPH Asia 2009, Art Gallery: Adaptation, 2009
2007 Un Space, paraflows 07, Festival für digitale Kunst und Kulturen, MAK- Gegenwartskunstdepot Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark and Quartier21/Museumsquarter,
       edition mono/monochrom, Vienna, Austria, September 2007,
        Thread, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA, January 2007
2006 Switching Worlds - Desires and Identities, Austrian Cultural Forum New York, NY, March 2006
1992 (D.E.L.R.), Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria
1991 Tempi/Zeiten/Times, Progetto Civitella d'Agliano, Italy
1991 1 m2 Kunst, Bernhard Cella, Verlag Hotel Ostblick Edition, Austria
1990 Inspiration - Sommeratelier, Hannover, Germany
1989 60 Tage Österreichisches Museum des 21. Jahrhunderts, Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria
1988 Feminale, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

COMMISSIONS / GRANTS / AWARDS:
2012 Commission for artport/Whitney.org, Whitney Museum of American Art
2009 Experimental TV Center Presentation Funds Grant, for Website Impersonation at Light Industry
2006 Commissioning Grant, Turbulence.org
       Production Grant, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York
2004 Commission, Whitney Museum of American Art, artport
2003 Puffin Foundation, New Jersey, Grant (for presentation at "housework")
1996 Commissioning Grant, Austrian Cultural Institute, New York
1995 Production Grant, Austrian Cultural Institute, New York
1994 Grant and Scholarship, Federal Ministry of Education and Art, Vienna
       Grant and Scholarship, Siegfried Ludwig Foundation, Lower Austria
1993 Fulbright Grant
       Grant and Scholarship, Federal Ministry of Education and Art, Vienna
       Grant and Scholarship, Siegfried Ludwig Foundation, Lower Austria
       Award, Anni and Heinrich Sussmann Foundation, Vienna
1992 Grant, Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Art, Vienna
1991 Grant, Federal Ministry of Education and Art, Vienna
       Master Class Award, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
1990 Travel Grant for New York, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna

COLLECTIONS / ARCHIVES
2011 (-) Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art, Turbulence collection, Cornell University Library, Ithaca, NY
2008 (-) ursula blickle videoarchiv, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
1999 (-) ArtBase, Rhizome.org
1996 (-) basisarchiv:kunst, www.basis-wien.at

CURATORIAL PROJECTS:
2007 link.of.thought_thought.of.link, for TAGallery/CONT3XT.NET (Co-curated with Ela Kagel)

LABS/WORKSHOPS (initiated):
2008 How much taboo does art need? A Lab for a Theater 2.0. Theater am Neumarkt, Zürich, Switzerland (organized with Ela Kagel and Anke Zimmermann inviting
       international participants)
2007 Html-Movement Workshop, MediaNoche, New York (with Students from East Harlem Tutorial Programs)

RESIDENCIES/LABS/WORKSHOPS - online/offline (participated/invited):
2010 Corporate Commands: Walking Expedition & Performance Lab - accompanying the Institute for Infinitely Small Things, Eyebeam, New York
2009 Virtual Residency Project 2.0 (Collaborative Residency with Ben Woodeson, Jessica Curry, and Narinda Reeders) at location1.org/Location One, New York, NY
2008 Website Impersonation/Wikipedia Performance Preparation Workshop, LABfactory: with AIKO and her dance workshop, Vienna, Austria
2005 No body on this line, Research Lab (organized by Chris Haring and Katherina Zakravsky), Tanzquartier Wien, Vienna, Austria (online)
1992 Video Residency, Skoki, Poland
1991 New Media Residency, Civitella d'Agliano, Italy
1990 Sommeratelier, Residency, Art Fair and Exhibition, Hannover, Germany

TALKS / CONFERENCES / ARTIST LECTURES / PANELS:
Initiated:
2006 Web Conference on Curating Netart, organized with Mobile-Studios.org. Thank You to Eyebeam Educational Department for hosting this event!

Invited:
2013 LISA salon (Leaders in Software and Art), Artist Talk, at IMClab+Gallery, New York, NY
2012 LISA (Leaders in Software and Art) Conference, Guggenheim Museum, New York
2012 Thesis Review Panel, Polytechnic Institute of New York University | NYU Poly, Brooklyn, NY
2011 Guest Lecture/Talk, MICA, Baltimore @ Photographic and Electronic Media Department (Tim Druckerey)
2011 Guest Lecture, Pratt Institute, Video Department Class (Jack Toolin)
2011 Panel Social ID at transmediale Festival, Berlin, Germany
2011 Panel The Simulationsists at SAIC Chicago, Il.
2011 Artist Talk at Rymer Gallery, SAIC, Chicago, Il.
2010 LISA salon (Leaders in Software and Art), presentation of works by Ursula Endlicher, Jack Toolin, Daniel Beunza, and Benton C-Bainbridge, at
        The Project Room for New Media at the Chelsea Art Museum.
2009 Upgrade!Boston, Presentation of net art and web-driven works
2008 Choreography of the html code, Discussion with Viera Levitt @ FreeDOM, Bahon, SK, Multiplace #7, Network Culture Festival
2008 Code/Choreography, Lecture and Showing of new developments in Website Impersonations Performance Series, Sneak Peek into collaboration with Aiko,
        LABFactory, Vienna, Austria
2007 Presentation of "html-movement-library", Dixon Place, The Salon of Found (and Stolen)
        Dance, Movement Research Festival Spring 2007, New York
2007 Artist Talk/Lecture, UC Irvine, Visiting Artist @ Studio Art Class (Antoinette LaFarge)
2006 Artist Talk, IMHO: Conversation with Heather Wagner, Location One Gallery, New York
2005 Fair Use Research Project Focus Group, Brennan Center NYU (How Visual Artists experience conflict between
        Copyright or Trademark Protection and Fair Use)
2005 Guest Lecture, Interface Culture Lab, (Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau), University of Arts, Linz, Austria
2004 Guest Lecture, New York University, Interactive Multi-Media Class (Diane Ludin)
2000 Panel: Emotional Computing - Performance and Interactive Experience, Banff Center for the Arts, Canada

BLOGS:
(Co-)Initiated:
2009 Virtual Residency/Levels of Undo, co-initiated with Location One for the three month Virtual Residency
2006-2008 Curating Netart, curating-netart.blogspot.com
2008 Taboo Theater 2.0 - How much Taboo does art need?, www.theateramneumarkt.ch/tabublog

Included (Selection):
2009 (-) Great Dance Blog: Creating Dance from Wikipedia's HTML Tags
2008 (-) Networked Music Review, turbulence.org: Singing Website Wallpaper
2007 (-) BM-SUMA: September 2007, bmsuma07.blogspot.com
        (-) PUBLICCURATING-METHODS RESOURCES THEORIES, publiccurating.blogspot.com
        (-) LIMBO HOG, Location1 Blog, blog.location1.org/?m=200703
        (-) London Theatre Blog, londontheatreblog.co.uk
        (-) networked_performance, turbulence.org
        (-) Paperholic.com: Netart/HTML Performances: Butoh goes virtual
        (-) Boogie Train Dance Blog, boogietrain.nl
        (-) [TXTNWS], txtnws.twoday.net
2006 (-) networked_performance, turbulence.org
        (-) Great Dance Blog A Dance Vocabulary for Performance Art
        (-) news aggregator | Technology in New Media
        (-) Eyebeam reBlog
        (-) rhizome.org, front page post
        (-) post.thing.net
        (-) Moblog Thing Frankfurt
        (-) infosthetics.com
        (-) beanrocket.com
2004 (-) Net Art Links, www.netzwissenschaft.de
2004 (-) networked_performance, www.turbulence.org
2002 (-) Virtual Performance Research Area, Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen University, netzwissenschaft.de

OTHER PROJECTS:
2007 (Online) Questionnaire for ArtistsMeeting at Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn, New York

EDUCATION:
1995 M.F.A., Computer Art, School of Visual Arts, New York
1992 Visiting Fellowship, Sculpture, New Media, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (300 Year Celebration)
1991 M.F.A., Painting/Installation (Prof. Arnulf Rainer), Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (cum laude)
1983-1989 B.Phil. Program, Philosophy/Theater, University of Vienna

POSITIONS:
2000-2002 Senior Designer, netomat™, New York
1995-2000 Web Designer/Developer, US and Europe


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