Featured in d|visible magazine

Murrye Bernard on d|visible.com:

“In every creative endeavor, she is unique and experimental: two qualities that are evident in her art today.”

Ula Einstein’s work is, in a word, ephemeral. While it looks impressive in photos, they are also somewhat deceptive by failing to capture its intricacies: filmy layers, delicate threading, fine surface slices or topography-like depth. If you have the pleasure to view her work in person, it beckons you to move closer, to reach out and touch…

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One-Journal of Art, Ideas & Literature

Oct. 2010 – March 2011 ONLINE FEATURE ABOUT MY WORK from The Unwinding Destiny Project which is an installation/photography project

By Lisa
Ula Einstein is a Swiss-born interdisciplinary artist based in New York City. Her process-oriented ritualistic work with self-invented techniques includes stretching and reinventing materials,  drawing with fire, blades, and thread on paper, objects, http://onethejournal.com/2010/10/884/

Free Will?

Temporary installations are photographed here in work from The Unwinding Destiny Project – installation/photography project





February 2010 Exhibition

under the microscope

Scrutiny – diptych, drawing with thread on tarlatan, layered

For the month of February several of my drawings with thread on tarlatan, and drawings with fire and sculpture will be here:

TRANSCENDING HISTORY:   Moving Beyond the Legacy of Slavery and The Holocaust.   Vivant Art  Gallery,   Philadelphia, PA   curators:  Jane Golden, Laura Kruger, Pier Marton, Florcy Morisset, Michelle Joan Wilkinson, Ph.D


THE BOOK: A Contemporary View


– opening Dec. 22  –  April 17, 2011-Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts,

May 5 –  Oct. 31, 2011 – Towson University Art Gallery, MD

THE BOOK: A CONTEMPORARY VIEW, Carole Bieber and Marc Ham Gallery  @ Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, My book related works are deconstructed books, mostly illegible text, scrolls or burnt manuscript type work – fractions, fragments, decoding, reinterpreting, altering-

Hard To Tell, Accordian Deconstructed books ©Ula Einstein

J. Susan Isaacs, PhD., Curator of Special Projects, has organized this exhibition to take into account many approaches. Participating artists include Blanka Amezuka, Melissa Jay Craig, Colette Fu, Jody Alexander, Buzz Spector, Brian Dettmer, Doug Beube, and ULA EINSTEIN, the deconstructed book (with fire drawings). The exhibition will present, through the work of many nationally known artists, various conceptual and formal approaches related to the idea of the book  –

Decoding ©Ula Einstein