Since the mid-90s the Internet has had an impact on Ursula Endlicher’s practice, which bridges the Web and physical reality. She uses the Web’s ‘hidden’ languages—its HTML code—to choreograph performances, visualizes HTML in installations, and translates it into sound. Her work was recently shown at Light Industry, Brooklyn; at Theater am Neumarkt in Zürich, Switzerland; at Quartier21/Museumsquartier, Vienna, Austria; at BM-Suma Contemporary Art Center in Istanbul, Turkey; at Woodstreet Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA; and at the LMCC Swing Space@Seaport in New York. She received commissions from New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc., and from the Whitney Museum for its artport website. Her work is included in Rhizome’s Art Base, and in the ursula blicke videoarchiv at Kunsthalle Wien, Austria. Endlicher has lectured about her work internationally and has contributed to several publications about net art, performance and interactivity; she discusses these topics on her blog, Curating Netart, which she runs together with Ela Kagel. She was born in Vienna, Austria and lives in New York since 1993.