Sally Grizzell Larson is an independent visual artist. Screenings of her video works include 11° FILE (Electronic Language International Festival), São Paulo; Berlin International Directors Lounge; Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid; NewFilmmakers NY, Anthology Film Archives; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, in conjunction with Electronic Arts Intermix; and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Her video CERTAIN WOMEN was awarded Best of Festival—Experimental at the Berkeley Video and Film Festival. AXIOM was awarded Best in Category—The Medium is the Message and Third Place overall at the Toronto Urban Film Festival.

Her photographic work has been published in Monochrom (#26-34, Vienna); ITCH Magazine (Johannesburg); “Photography Reborn” (Abrams); “Writing the World: On Globalization” (M.I.T.); “Emerging Forms of Computer Art: Making the Digital Sense” (Europia); “Digital Art Revolution” (Random House/Watson-Guptill); and Rethinking Marxism: Journal of Economics, Culture and Society (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), among others. Exhibition venues include the National Centre of Contemporary Art, Moscow; Brooklyn Museum; and Goldsmiths, University of London.

Her husband is artist William Larson.

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