In September 2016 I posted 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: