Sue Gollifer is a senior lecturer in Fine Art/Printmaking in School of Arts and Communication in the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at the University of Brighton, UK and the Course Leader, PG Dip Digital Media Arts. Her primary research is on 'the impact of new technology within the practice of Fine Art' and she has presented a number of evaluative and analytical papers on this subject at major international conferences.
She has been a professional artist/printmaker for over 30 years, exhibiting her work regularly throughout the world and her work is held in major international public collections. She is the curator of the first, second, third and fourth UK international exhibition of electronic prints ArCade I, II III and most recently ArCade IV (2003). She is the SIGGRAPH Art Gallery Chair for 2004, in Los Angeles.