ULRIKE MÜLLER (Faculty Co Chair) is an Austria-born, New York-based artist, whose practice investigates form as a mode of critical engagement. Employing a wide range of materials and techniques, from text to audio and video, performance, publishing, and, most recently, intimately scaled drawings and paintings, it moves between different contexts and publics, invites collaboration, and expands to other realms of production in processes of exploration and exchange. (Barbara Schröder, 2012) Ulrike Müller studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria, and participated in the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include Kunsthaus Bregenz and the Brooklyn Museum (2012), the Cairo Biennial (2010), Steinle Contemporary, Munich, Germany (2010), and Artpace, San Antonio, Texas (2010). Her work has been included in many group exhibitions, including Ecstatic Resistance, X Initiative, New York, New York (2009-10); Sonic Episodes: An Evening of Audio Works, Dia Art Foundation at the Hispanic Society, New York, New York (2009); 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her, Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2008); and Unmonumental Audio at the New Museum, New York (2008). She is the editor of Work the Room, A Handbook on Performance Strategies (OE/b_books, 2006), and from 2005-2008 was a co-editor of the queer feminist art journal LTTR.