Lives and works in New York City
2009: Crossing Tel Aviv, Shay Arye Gallery, Tel-Aviv.
2008: A City in Motion, Flow, New York.
2007: Crossing New York, RawArt Gallery, Tel-Aviv.
2006: TSquared video installation, Photo LA Art Fair, Los Angeles, (Collaborative work).
2005: Unnarrative Spaces. Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery. New York.
2003: Constructive Beauty. Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery. New York.
2002: Crossing. Video projection. Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery. New York.
2001: 00:00:13. Projection, Video Installation and Digital Prints. Broadway Gallery, New York.
2001: Activation. Projections, Video Installation, Digital Canvas, Catalogue, Web Installation. The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat-Gan, Israel.
2001: Burning Fire. Projection, Digital Canvas, Sound Installation. Galerie Heike Curtze. Vienna, Austria.
2001: Standby Active. Video Projection On Water Fountain, Music by Ornette Coleman Wiener Hochstrahlbrunnen, Schawartzenbergplatz Vienna, Austria.
2000: Quit-Me. Projection, Computers, Video Installation and Digital Prints. Broadway Gallery, New York.
1996: Channel Zero. Digital Prints, Video Installation, Sound Installation. Zmoca Gallery, Tokyo.
1995: Labyrinths of Love. Digital Prints. Z Gallery-Central Fine Arts, New York.
1994: MediaScapes. Digital Prints. Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv.
1993: Three Views from a Metaphysical Window; Art, Computers & Fantasy. Digital Prints, and an Online Show. The Williams Gallery, Princeton, NJ.
1992: Man, Mind and Machine. Sam Francis Gallery, Santa Monica, California.
1984: Drooling on Paper. Paintings. Tatrama Gallery, Tel Aviv.
1984: Xerox and Portraits. Shenkin Gallery, Tel Aviv.
Selected Group Exhibitions
2008: People, Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York.
2008: A Matter of Time, Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York.
2007: The University Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv, (Catalog).
2005: Tableaux – Ecrans. Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire. Brussels, Belgium.
2005: Tableaux – Ecrans. Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire. Paris, France.
2005: From Here To Infinity. White Box Gallery. New York.
2004: Surface Tension. The Chelsea Art Museum. New York.
2004: Terrorvision. Exit Art. New York.
2004: Music marking making music. Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery, New York.
2002: We Fall. Video and sound installation. Ars Electronica Center. The Museum of The Future. Linz, Austria.
2004: Winship, Frederick M.. “Artists Express Their Ideas Of Terror” The Washington Times, (July 2004)
2004: Stillman, Nick. “Terrorvision” The Brooklyn Rail, (June 2004)
2004: Gluek, Grace. “Sampling Degrees of Terror, From Al Qaeda to Cancer” The New York Times (May 2004)
2003: Bakke, Erik. “Halfway Home The Recent Artwork of Uri Dotan” NY Arts Magazine, (May 2003)
2003: Valdez, Sarah. "Unpainterly Painting: One Artist's Darkly Beautiful Imagery" Forward Newspaper, (June 2006)
2001: Steininger, Florian. “Burning Fire”, NY Arts Magazine, (October 2001)
2000: Kafala, Ted. “Yoishiro Kawaguchi’s Mutation and Cell…”, Enculturation, Vol. 3, No. 1 (Fall 2000)
1995: Miller, Sherry. “A Digital Guernica”, Ion, (Fall 1995)
2004: New York, NY. The Chelsea Art Museum. “Surface Tension”. Text by Menon Slome.
2003: New York, NY. Constructive Beauty: Uri Dotan. Text by Daniel Dothan
2002: Linz, Austria. Unplugged: Ars Electronica 2002, Severed Connections. Text by Henie Westbrook.
2001: Ramat-Gan, Israel. The Museum of Israeli Art. Dream Fragments, Reversals of Time. Text by Dr. Robert C. Morgan.
2001: Ramat-Gan, Israel. The Museum of Israeli Art. A Cathedral in Cyberspace: The Digital Art of Uri Dotan. Text by Henie Westbrook.
1995: New York, NY. Uri Dotan: Labyrinths of Love. Text by Michael Sand.
1994: Tel Aviv, Israel. Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Mediascapes: Uri Dotan. Text by Timothy Druckery
Co-editor of Tatrama, Israel's Art Magazine.
1983-1985: Co-founder of the artistic community Shenkin Street. Tel-Aviv.
MFA Computer Art School Visual Arts New York 1989