From the MoMA Library

In September 2016 I posted on the Pathfinders blog about my visit to the library at the Museum of Modern Art where works of Judy Malloy are archived. My research uncovered some interesting information about Uncle Roger 3.1, a version I had not yet had the opportunity to see firsthand.  I also was able to see a pattern in the motifs Malloy used in much of her work, chronicling a list of them starting with her hand-drawn graphic narrative, “Come Back, Kitty Kitty Kitty” (1979), to the catalog card truisms, “Bad Information” (1986-88).

I was pleased to learn from Malloy in her Twitter post that the MoMA Library had written about my visit in a Tumblr. Below is what it said:



Dene Grigar is Director and Professor of the CMDC Program. She specializes in electronic literature, emerging technologies and cognition, and ephemera.