Judy Malloy

Visiting Lecturer
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Participe à 2 sessions


A pioneer on the Internet and in electronic literature, Judy Malloy is a poet/researcher who works at the conjunction of hypernarrative, generative literature, social media narrative, magic realism, artists books, and information art. She followed a vision that began in the 1970's with experimental artist books created in card catalog and electro-mechanical structures, and in 1986 she wrote and programmed the groundbreaking hyperfiction Uncle Roger. In the ensuing years, she created a series of hypernarratives published by Eastgate, including its name was Penelope, called one of the early classics of electronic literature by Robert Coover.  She has taught at Princeton as a distinguished fellow; as digital arts faculty at the San Francisco Art Institute; & as a fellow at the Rutgers Camden DSC. Her research & practice include artist/consultant in virtual communities/document of the future at Xerox PARC; Content Coord. for Arts Wire/the New York Foundation for the Arts; & ed of Social Media Archeology and Poetics (MIT Press). Her work is exhibited & published internationally.

Sessions auxquelles Judy Malloy participe

lundi 13 août, 2018 Fuseau horaire: EDT/Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Exposition Attention à la marche! / Mind the Gap! 3 jours 20 heures 13 lun, 18h00  -  17 ven, 14h00  |  Centre de Design (DE) UQAM , Galerie du Centre de Design
Participant Mez Breeze (mezbreezedesign.com) | Participant Tina Escaja (University of Vermont) | Participant Alan Bigelow (Medaille College) | Participant Winnie Soon (Aarhus University) | Participant Anne Sullivan (Georgia Tech) | Participant Nick Montfort (MIT) | Participant Manuel Portela (University of Coimbra) | Participant Andy Campbell (One To One Development Trust) | Participant Shanmugapriya T | Participant Dr Tom Abba (UWE Bristol) | Participant Boris Du Boullay (Université de Marseille) | Participant Richard Holeton (Stanford University) | Participant Anna Dot (University of Vic) | Participant Theadora Walsh (Brown University) | Participant Cal LaFountain | Participant John Cayley (Brown University) | Participant Jules Deslandes (GHAM&DAFE) | Participant Laura Zaylea (Temple University) | Participant Steve Dipaola (Simon Fraser University) | Participant Eduardo Kac (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Participant Joellyn Rock (University of Minnesota Duluth) | Participant Héloïse d’Almeida | Participant Guillaume Verguin | Participant Lucie Plançon | Participant Marjorie Terral | Participant Delphine Gauly | Participant Alan Sondheim (Independent) | Participant María Mencía (Kingston University) | Participant Anastasia Salter (University of Central Florida) | Participant Duncan Speakman | Participant Laura Okkema | Participant Qianxun Chen | Participant Piotr Marecki (Jagiellonian University) | Participant Mickaël Lafontaine | Participant Jason Nelson (Digital Poet Land) | Participant Tony Vieira (York University) | Participant Anna Tolkacheva | Participant Sophie Latouche | Participant John Murray (University of Central Florida) | Participant Mark Marino (University of Southern California) | Participant Mehitabel Glenhaber (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) | Participant Sarah Van Dierdonck | Participant Ms. Marcelina Wellmer (Independent artist) | Participant Justine Bizzocchi (Bizarts) | Participant Jim Bizzocchi (Simon Fraser University) | Participant Erik Loyer | Participant Michel Lefebvre (Agence TOPO) | Participant Lucas Baisch (Brown University) | Participant Stuart Moulthrop (U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee) | Participant Søren Bro Pold (Aarhus University) | Participant Will Luers | Participant Eva Quintas (TOPO - Laboratoire d'écritures numériques) | Participant Judy Malloy (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) | Participant Christy Sheffield Sanford (Ms.) | Participant Kyle Booten (Neukom Institute, Dartmouth College) | Participant Isabelle Raynauld (Films Musidora) | Participant Caitlin Fisher (York University) | Participant Patsy Baudoin | Participant Istvan Chung | Participant Harriet Fisher | Participant Stella Fisher
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