Judy Malloy is an artist and writer whose work has been exhibited and published internationally – including the San Francisco Art Institute, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Sao Paulo Biennial, the Los Angeles Institute for Contemporary Art, ISEA, The Walker Art Center, Visual Studies Workshop, Eastgate Systems, E.P. Dutton, Tanam Press, Seal Press, MIT Press, The Iowa Review Web, and Blue Moon Review.
A pioneer on the Internet and in electronic literature, she wrote and programmed Uncle Roger, (Art Com, 1986) one of the first hyperfictions and in the ensuing years created a series of innovative works of e-literature that run on computer platforms and were published by Eastgate and on the Internet. In 1993, she was invited to Xerox PARC where she worked in CSL (Computer Science Laboratory) as the first artist in their artist-in-residence program. In 1994, she created one of the first arts websites, Making Art Online, originally commissioned in collaboration with the ANIMA site in Vancouver (CSIR/Western Front) and currently hosted on the website of the Walker Art Center. Her hypernarratives include The Roar of Destiny Emanated from the Refrigerator, which is featured in the the Boston CyberArts HyperGallery, and L0ve0ne, the first Eastgate Web Workshop hyperfiction.