Judy Malloy

As writer, researcher, digital studies faculty, and arts advocate. I come to Common Field with an interest in creative practice on Social Media Systems and the representation of artists and the arts community on Social Media.  

As a lecturer at the School of the Art Institute, in addition to Women Artists in Cyberspace, I currently teach Social Media Narratives, a class which also looks at arts presence on Social Media and the impact of ethical issues in contemporary social media platforms.  I alao teach Women Artists in Cyberspace.

For many years, my work developing coding and writing electronic literature has been at the forefront of my creative practice and among other places has been exhibited and published internationally including among others Sao Paulo Biennial; Ars Electronica; SIGGRAPH; FISEA; Walker Art Center; Library of Congress; Boston Cyberarts; Hammer Museum; Bibliothèque Nationale de France; FILE; Houston Center for Photography; Center of Contemporary Art Barcelona; Franklin Furnace; SF Camerawork; LAICMA.
My research and practice includes artist/consultant in virtual communities and the document of the future at Xerox PARC; core staff for Arts Wire, a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts; and Editor of Social Media Archeology and Poetics (MIT Press) and Women art and Technology (MIT Press).  In addition to SAIC, I have also taught at Princeton University; the Rutgers Camden Digital Studies Center; and SFAI.