Women in New Media
Sources in Art and

New Media Works

Projects and Organizations

Book Page on MIT Press
Book Table of Contents

Books, Papers, and Portals

Books and Archives


Papers by Critics, Curators and Researchers

Critics, Curators, Scholars, and Techno-feminists - Homepages, Biographies, and Blogs

Computer Scientists/Researchers, Entrepreneurs - Homepages, Biographies, and Blogs

Papers and Resources by and about Artists

Web-based Statements for Women, Art & Technology

Some of these short statements -- those identified as "Words on Works" -- are from the "Words on Works" section of Leonardo at http://www.leonardo.info/isast/wow274.html -- developed and edited by Judy Malloy from 1991-2000. Others were written for the Women, Art & Technology website.

Internet Journals and Portals

A supplemental resource
for Judy Malloy, ed.,
Women, Art and Technology
MIT Press, 2003 (Leonardo Series)

Reviews of Women, Art & Technology

"...A rich source of information about the women and works that have made media arts history -- or should."
Dene Grigar, American Book Review

"...many of the artists' papers gathered here stand as frank, revealing, and inspiring expositions of their work, and Judy Malloy is to be congratulated on an important compilation of materials from a most important field..."
- Sadie Plant, Tekka

"This is a phenomenally important volume." - Judith Hoffberg, Umbrella

"Judy Malloy's anthology Women, Art and Technology is a rare and welcome book. It is a collection of insiders' histories of a world that was only briefly glimpsed and that for the most part remained unrecorded. In the field of new media where obsolescence is the norm, the arrival of this exploration of the continuity of artistic vision and political concerns that have driven women's aesthetic experimentation with technology over the last few decades is a real gift..."
-- Carolyn Guertin, TrAce

"...The writings themselves serve to illustrate the breakdown of the barriers between art and technology by their presentation as a combination of technical report writing, artistic sensibility, and visual documentation. I came away from this book with a long list of further reading and websites to visit and a greater understanding of not only the role of the feminine in techno/art but of techno/art itself."
- - Jayne Fenton Keane, English Studies Forum

"....Perhaps most fascinating are the book's multifaceted observations about the symbiotic relationship of media such as modern dance, sound, video, and computer programming...."
- Geary Yelton, Electronic Musician