Born 1971 in Austria, now living and working in Brooklyn, NY and Vienna, Austria, Ulrike Müller attended the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (1996) and the Whitney Independent Study Program. In addition to painting, her practice incorporates performance, publishing, and textiles. Müller has been a co-editor of the queer feminist journal LTTR and organized Herstory Inventory. 100 Feminist Drawings by 100 Artists, which was shown at the Brooklyn Museum in 2012. In this exhibition, drawings by fellow artists based on image descriptions culled from a list taking inventory of a collection of feminist t-shirts in the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Park Slope were displayed together with objects from the museum collection. A version of this project was shown at the Kunsthaus Bregenz in Austria. Originally from Austria, Müller represented that country in the Cairo Biennial in 2010 with an exhibition of enamel paintings and quilts. Fever 103, Franza, and Quilts, a catalog of her work, was recently published by Dancing Foxes Press and a catalog on Herstory Inventory is forthcoming in Spring 2014. Concurrent with the exhibition at the gallery, her work is on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas, and included in the upcoming White Columns Annual, selected by Pati Hertling.