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/(GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
6:00 PM
6:00 PM