Ursula Endlicher's work resides on the intersection of Internet, 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 social and structural components of the Web into choreography for performances, into installations, and objects. She just recently showed her new online data performance called "Light and Dark Networks" (2012), commissioned by The Whitney Museum for Artport, on Whitney.org. She has exhibited and performed her work internationally in venues such as ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose, the transmediale festival in Berlin; SIGGRAPH Asia, Japan; Jersey City Museum, NJ; Postmasters Gallery, New York; the Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn; and at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland. Her net-art work has been commissioned by Turbulence, and by the Whitney Museum for artport; her Internet/theater work has been presented by the "Theater am Neumarkt" in Zürich, Switzerland. She participated in the Virtual Residency 2.0 at Location One, and was invited to several international Festivals on networked culture and performance. She recently gave a "Lightning Talk" at the LISA Conference at the Guggenheim Museum, NY. Her work is part of the ursula blickle's videoarchiv at the Kunsthalle Wien in Vienna, Austria, and the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at Cornell University. Her website is www.ursenal.net.