This has already been posted to a couple of other lists, but I thought
crumblisters may also be interested :-)
wishing you all well.
Woman, Art & Technology: Interview with Sue Gollifer.
By Rachel Beth Egenhoefer.
This conversation follows in a series of interviews with women who work
at the intersection of art and technology. As someone who works as an
artist, curator, organizer, professor, researcher, and board member Sue
Gollifer embodies this intersection across many venues.
A pioneer of early computer art, Gollifer has continuously explored the
relationship between technology and the arts and has written extensively
on this subject. She is a Principal Lecturer in Fine Arts and the
University of Brighton where she is also the Course Leader of the MA
Digital Arts Program. Gollifer has been instrumental in shaping major
international arts communities including: the Design and Artists
Copyright Society (DACS), the Computer Arts Society (CAS), and the
College Arts Association, (CAA), ISEA, SIGGRAPH, Lighthouse Brighton,
and many others. Gollifer is currently also the Director of the ISEA