Ulla Rauter, born 1980 in Vienna Neustadt, studied Transmedia
Art at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
As a media artist and musician she works at the interface between
sound and fine art – her works include performative sculptures,
music performances and self-built instruments.

In 2008, Rauter received a promotion prize in the first Ö1 talent
scholarship round, in 2009 a working scholarship from the Austrian
Federal Ministry for Science and Research, and in 2011 a start-up
scholarship from the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education,
the Arts and Culture. In 2010 she and Christine Schörkhuber
founded the annual sound-art show Sound Manifestos.

Since 2013 she's got a lectureship at the University of Applied Arts,
Department of Digital Art.