Sally Grizzell Larson lives in Philadelphia. Previous film festivals/ presentations include Rencontres internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid; NewFilmmakers, Anthology Film Archives; Image Forum Festival of Experimental Film and Video, Tokyo; Prog:ME Rio de Janeiro Festival of Electronic Media; National Museum of Women in the Arts Festival of Film and Media Arts; Smack Mellon Gallery in an exhibition curated by Electronic Arts Intermix; and the Hemispheric Institute Encuentro, Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics (Tisch/NYU), Staging Citizenship: Cultural Rights in the Americas at the National University of Colombia, Bogota. Her video Certain Women was awarded “Best of FestivalExperimental” at the Berkeley Video and Film Festival in 2006. Her photographic work has been published, in “Photography Reborn” (Abrams, 2005); “Writing the World: On Globalization” (M.I.T., 2005); “Digital Art Revolution” (Watson-Guptill/Random House, forthcoming); and Rethinking Marxism, among others. Exhibition venues include National Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow; Brooklyn Museum; Yale University Art Gallery; and Kunstraum B/2, Leipzig.