Ursula Damm has become known for her installations dealing with geometry and its social impact on public space. Since 1995 these installations became interactive, dealing with architectural aspects on the basis of tracking technology. Aside she developed numerous installation on the relationship of nature, science and civilization. Ursula Damm’s works are shown worldwide in exhibitions and festivals.
Since 2008 she holds the chair of Media Environments at the Bauhaus-University Weimar, where she established a Performance Plattform at the Digital Bauhaus Lab as well as a DIY Biolab. In 2010, her students participated at the IGEM Competition at Boston with a speculative performance.