Ullrich is a German media artist / creative director who is working with numerous media partners and cultural institutions on a national and international level. His work practices include amongst others computer graphics, software engineering as well as computational design.
In his minimalist, abstract imagery, Ullrich attempts an amalgam of technological-scientific innovation with artistic work and practice, thus transcending it into new spaces.
In doing so, his works are characterized by a tight integration of auditory and visual ranges of experience: specifically produced audio design and sound art accentuate visual processes and video signals on the one hand; on the other hand specifically conceived and programmed real-time interactive graphics to visualize the dynamics and structures of music, language and sound. By that, it becomes a visible, synaesthetic experience.
Also, a strong emphasis lies on the interface between man and machine: by programming user interfaces, capturing moving bodies via Motion Capture or Motion Tracking, or by scanning human participants with 3D scan technology, a new form of aesthetics is created: digital software and analogue hardware begin to interact and by that, locate the analogue, physical human being in new, trans- or rather post-human contexts.