Education
2002 – 2003 Whitney Independent Study Program, New York
1991 – 1996 Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna

One and Two Person Exhibitions
2010 Fever 103, Franza, and Quilts, Cairo Biennial, Egypt
2010 Feminism Formalism, Steinle Contemporary, Munich, Germany
2010 Fever 103, Artpace, San Antonio, Texas
2008 Public Spaces, Private Moments, O’Connor Art Gallery, Chicago (with Bill Guy)
2007 WHIP, Aktualisierungsraum, Hamburg, Germany (with Ginger Brooks Takahashi)
2005 Looking for (S)he, Temporary Art Space at the Hotel Chelsea, New York (with Anna Blume)
2004 Ten in One, Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria

Selected Group Exhibitions
2011 Dance/Draw, ICA Boston, MA
2011 Living on the Edge of a Silver Future, Galerie 5020, Salzburg
2011 A form is simply something..., Murray Guy, New York
2011 Reflecting Abstraction, Vogt Gallery, New York
2011 Agitated Histories, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore
2010 Held Up By Columns, Renwick Gallery, New York
2009 Ecstatic Resistance, X Initiative, New York
2009 Ridykeoulouse Hits Bottom, Leo König Projekte, New York
2009 Undigested Kernel (the super-saturated folk-art environment), General Public, Berlin
2009 Empfindung. Oder in der Nähe der Fehler liegen die Wirkungen, Augarten Contemporary, Vienna
2008 MATRIX. Geschlechter, Verhältnisse, Revisionen, Museum auf Abruf, Vienna
2008 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her, Fogg Museum, Boston
2008 The Sound of Things: Unmonumental Audio, New Museum, NY
2007 Sex in The City, Dumbo Arts Center, New York
2007 Put the light out, erase a line, Studio44, Stockholm
2007 Shared Women, LACE, Los Angeles
2007 What F-Word?, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York
2006 Flex Your Textiles, John Connelly presents, New York
2006 Reality / Play, Orchard, New York
2006 If a cat gives birth to kittens in an oven, are they kittens or biscuits?, Roebling Hall, New York
2006 Hot Topic, Bard CCS, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
2006 Flex Your Textiles, Herbert Street, Brooklyn
2006 Heard Not Seen, Orchard, New York
2006 Ridykeulous, Participant Inc., New York
2005 I Beg Your Pardon, Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School, New York
2004 Republican Like Me, Parlour Projects, Brooklyn
2004 9 Mütter XX04, Mütter Museum, Philadelphia
2004 Visa for Thirteen, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
2003 Mothers of Invention—Where is Performance coming from. Museum of Modern Art, Vienna
2003 I can’t be you, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
2002 Geschichte(n), Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg
2002 Let’s twist again—If You Can't Think It, Dance It, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
2002 Violence is the Margin of All Things, Generali Foundation, Vienna
1999 Schnittstelle/Öffentlichkeit, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

Selected Video Screenings
2008 Studio Voltaire, London, Great Britain
2007 Positively Neurotic, White Space, Zürich, Switzerland
2006 Every Day, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
2006 Outfest, Los Angeles, California
2006 Missbrauch, Bilder davon. Galerie IG Bildende Kunst, Vienna
2006 20th London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
2006 Österreichische Filmgalerie Krems
2006 VZW Havenfilmfestival Antwerpen
2006 MM Centre SC, Zagreb
2006 From Mini-FM to Hacktivists, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
2005 Pilot Television: New Ground, and UP!, Care Of Gallery, Milano, Italy, traveled to Artmosphere, Vienna, and Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria
2005 San Francisco Cinemateque, California
2005 Outfest, Los Angeles, California
2005 MIX Festival, New York
2005 Internationales Videofestival Bochum, Germany 2005 Diagonale, Festival of Austrian Film, Graz, Austria
2004 Revolt She Said, Forde – Espace d’art contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
2004 Viper Basel Festival, Basel, Switzerland
2004 Cinematexas Filmefestival, Austin, Texas
2004 Viennale, International Film Festival, Vienna
2004 Bildinventur, Saumarkttheater Feldkirch, Austria
2004 backup_festival, Weimar, Germany
2004 33. Internationales Filmfestival Rotterdam, Netherlands
2003 Breaking News, Judson Church, New York
2003 Perform, Theater am Saumarkt, Feldkirch, Austria
2001 Der transparente Raum by Valie Export, Vienna
2001 Femme:os, Frauenkulturfestival, Siegharding, Austria
2000 Instant Island, Praterstern, Vienna

Performance Works and Selected Performances
Dem Bild was erklären, 2011
2011 General Public, Berlin

Herstory Inventory, 2009
2009 Sonic Episodes, Dia Art Foundation, New York
2009 Issue Project Room, New York

LOVE/TORTURE, 2004
2007 Put the light out, erase a line, Studio44, Stockholm, Sweden
2007 Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois
2006 MIX, Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film Festival, New York
2006 This Strangest of Theatres, Roebling Hall, New York
2004 Pilot. Experimental Media for Feminist Trespass, Chicago, Illinois

A Confession, 2004
with Marie-Therese Escribano
2007 30 Jahre Frauenzimmer, ega-Galerie, Vienna
2005 Ongoing. Feminism and Activism, Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria
2004 LTTR Explosion, Art in General, New York

One of Us (Freakish Moments), 2005
2005 LTTR: Let’s Take The Role, The Kitchen, New York

Situationistinnen und andere..., 1996
With Patricia Reschenbach und Jane Heiss
2002 Violence is the Margin of All Things, Generali Foundation, Vienna
1996 Arsenal Cinema, Berlin, Germany

Exhibitions and Events with LTTR
2008 WACK!, PS1, New York
2007 Documenta Magazines, Kassel
2007 Locally Localized Gravity, ICA Philadelphia
2007 Exil of the Imaginary. Politics, Aesthetics, Love, Generali Foundation, Wien
2006 Eat The Market, LACMA, Los Angeles
2006 Outfest, New York
2006 Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, London
2006 Hot Topic, Bard CCS, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
2006 When Artists Say We, Artists Space, New York
2005 A WAVE OF NEW RAGE THINKING, Printed Matter, New York
2005 Let’s Take The Role, The Kitchen, New York
2005 Outfest, New York
2005 Mix Festival, New York

Books
Work The Room. A Handbook on Performance Strategies. OE & b_books, Berlin, 2006
Every little bit helps,—Ulrike Müller: Two Audio Works. Revolver Books, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, 2005
Gruppe JUP (Jane Heiss, Ulrike Müller, Patricia Reschenbach): SituationistInnen und andere ... (Women Situationists and others; with an afterword by Renee Green), b_books, Berlin, 2001

Publications
An Idea-Driven Social Space. (with Andrea Geyer). Grey Room 35, Spring 2009, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
Catherine Opie: „American Photographer“. Springerin, Band XV, Heft 1, Winter 2009, Wien, 2009<
Feminist Time. Rosalyn Deutsche, Aruna D’Souza, Miwon Kwon, Ulrike Müller, Mignon Nixon, and Senam Okudzeto (conversation). Greyroom 31, Spring 2008, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
From the Shadows. (written with Gregg Bordowitz). In: Josiah McElheny, The Light Club of Batavia, New York, 2008
Positively Nasty in Hamburg. Ulrike Müller und Ginger Brooks Takahashi im Aktualisierungsraum Hamburg. In: Hugs and Kisses #1, Hamburg, 2007
Sue Williams, Dessert, 1990. In: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. 45 Years of Art and Feminism, Museo De Bellas Artes De Bilbao, 2007
Be A Bossy Bottom! Interview with the queer-feminist collective LTTR. In: Malmoe #37, Vienna, 2007
Nicht im Einklang. A Conversation with Belinda Kazeem und Ulrike Müller. In: Bildpunkt, Spring 2007, Vienna, 2007
Franz Erhard Walther. In: High Times, Hard Times. New York Painting 1967-1975. ICI/DAP, New York, 2006
Timeline 1967-1975. In: High Times, Hard Times. New York Painting 1967-1975. ICI/DAP, New York, 2006
K8 Hardy and Ulrike Müller. In: North Drive Press #3, New York, 2006
Mock Rock and On Mock Rock (Videos). On: As She Likes It. Female Performance Art from Austria. Index DVD 023, 2006
Curiosity Drawings. In: Bildpunkt, Fall 2005, Vienna, 2005
To Act Critically. In: Let's twist again—If You Can't Think It, Dance It. Performance in Vienna from 1960 until today. Stefanie Seibold und Carola Dertnig (Eds.), DeA Verlag 2006
No Land Ho. Kathy Acker’s Literature of the Body. In: Springerin 01/2003
Angst/Anxiety and G-Train to Queens. On: LTTR #2 (Audio-CD), 2003
Untitled drawings (with Patricia Reschenbach). In: Violence is the Margin of All Things. Subject Relations, Political Militancy and Artistic Procedures. Exhibition Catalog, Generali Foundation, 2002
„Because I’m a fag and I’m also a feminist.” In: Malmoe #10, 2002
Freie Klasse Wien. In: Education Information Entertainment. Current Approaches on Higher Artistic Education. Institut für Gegenwartskunst/Ute Meta Bauer (Ed.), 2001 (mit Freie Klasse Wien)
Working Poor (Comic). In: infection manifesto # 3, 2000
<re:tracing the feminist art program>. In: Dialoge und Debatten. An International Symposium on Feminist Positions in Contemporary Visual Arts. Künstlerinnenhof Die Höge / Dorothee Richter (Ed.), 2000
Martha Rosler: Domination and the Everyday. In: Starship #1, 1998

Selected Lectures and Artist’s Talks
2011 Dia Art Foundation, Franz Erhard Walther’s First Workset
2011 Bard College, Very Abstract and Really Figurative
2011 Vermont College of Fine Arts, Very Abstract and Really Figurative
2010 Jan Van Eyck Academy (Maastricht, NL),Very Abstract and Really Figurative
2008 VCFA, On Curiosity and Making Things
2007 Documenta, Kassel, Germany (with LTTR)
2007 Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
2007 ICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (with LTTR)
2007 MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Boston, Massachusetts (conversation with Roger Conover)
2006 Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, London (with LTTR)
2006 Cooper Union, New York (conversation with K8 Hardy)

Selcted Conferences and Panels
2010 Painting: The Implicit Horizon. Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, Holland
2010 Global Exhibitions Colloquium, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA
2010 Conversation with Helen Molesworth, Artpace, San Antonio, TX
2008 Blackmarket for Usefull Knowledege and Non-Knowledge, Wiener Festwochen, Vienna
2008 Art History/Art Histories. Museum auf Abruf, Vienna
2008 Nichts ist Aufregend. Nichts ist Sexy. Alles ist Peinlich, Mumok and Tanzquartier, Vienna
2007 Art Partners: The Erotics of Collaboration. CAA Conference, New York; with Carrie Moyer, Sheila Pepe, Kim Anno, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan; organized by Tirza Latimer and Harmony Hammond
2007 Artists’ Circles: How Do They Work—What Work Do They Do?, Fales Library, New York; with Lytle Shaw, Lynne Tillman, and Steven Watson; organized by Marvin J. Taylor
2006 No Alternative: New Downtown Art, Fales Library, New York; with JD Samson, Dean Daderko, Jeremy Wade, Nate Lowman, Carlo McCormick; organized by Matt Wolf
2000 Dialoge und Debatten. An International Symposium on Feminist Positions in Contemporary Visual Arts. Künstlerinnenhof Die Höge, Bremen, Germany

Awards, Fellowships, Grants and Residencies
2011 Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, Visual Arts Fund Award
2010 Printed Matter Award for Artists
2/2006-6/2006    Visiting Scholar, New York University  (with LTTR)
7/2005-9/2005    Printed Matter Residency, New York (with LTTR)
9/2003-8/2004    PS 1 International Studio Program, New York
9/1996-3/1997    MAK Schindler Residency, Los Angeles

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Achim Hochdörfer, Curiosity Drawings. In: springerin, Band XIV Heft 3, Sommer 2008, Vienna, 2008
Claudia Slanar, Lillian & Alice. In: Matrix, exh. catalog, MUSA, Vienna, 2008
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