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Judy Malloy

Judy Malloy
5206 RidgeView #5
El Sobrante, CA 94803
Tel: 510-758-1878
Email: jmalloy@artswire.org
Judy Malloy has been creating experimental computer-mediated narratives since 1986 when Uncle Roger, a hypernarrative about love and politics in Silicon Valley, was begun on Art Com Electronic Network on the WELL. In her work, small increments of information --images or words (sometimes fictional, sometimes nonfictional)--are used as molecular units to form a whole narrative.

Malloy's work has been exhibited internationally, including in The Boston CyberArts Festival; The Eighth International Symposium of Electronic Arts; Siggraph; Franklin Furnace; San Francisco Art Institute; Tisch School of the Arts, New York University; A Space, Toronto; Univ. of California, Berkeley; Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil; P.P.O.W.; The Women's Studio Workshop; the San Antonio Art Institute; The Los Angeles Institute for Contemporary Art; The Houston Center for Photography; and the Hammer Museum. She has had work published by Eastgate Systems; E.P. Dutton, Tanam Press, St. Martin's Press, Seal Press, MIT Press, the National Endowment for the Arts website, Springer-Verlag, Heresies; the Blue Moon Review; and the Iowa Web Review.

Malloy has been the Editor of The New York Foundation for the Arts' NYFA Current; (formerly Arts Wire Current) Coordinating Editor of "FineArt Forum" and "Leonardo Electronic News;" and the founder of the ARTS Conference on the WELL; and an artist in residence at Xerox PARC. She is the editor of Women, Art and Technology,published by MIT Press in 2003.

Malloy's 2004 hyper-epic, Revelations of Secret Surveillance, combines the classic epic form and contemporary hyperfiction structures to create a hyper-epic about the impact of intelligence agency stalking of artists, writers, musicians, performers and activists.

Web: http://www.well.com/user/jmalloy

Updated 25 February 2005