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Sally Pryor

Sally Pryor is a new media artist, an experienced academic and an arts researcher. She has been a computer animator, designer and director, a Multimedia Lecturer, an Artist-in-Residence, and an Australia Council New Media Arts Fellow.

Sally’s qualifications and experience cross a number of disciplines (science, computing, the arts), cultures (academia, business, hospitals) and places (Australia, USA, Europe, North Africa). Over the past twenty years she has focused on interactive digital media and academia. Her artworks have been exhibited and collected internationally.

Sally has been working with computers since 1979 and was amongst the international pioneers in computer animation, digital art and later, creative interactive multimedia. Her work is often cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural, particularly involving the creative arts.

Selected works
Selected events
Frame from Dream House (1983) by Sally Pryor.
Frame from Dream House (1983) by Sally Pryor. – from Dream House 
Diagram 1 from Sally Pryor's article in AVF'87 catalogue.
Diagram 1 from Sally Pryor's article in AVF'87 catalogue. – from Women and High Technology: Some Observations