Last year it was announced that David Foster Wallace would "be recognized posthumously" at the 2014 Whitney Museum Biennial. Here are some collected bits and pieces about the Wallace notebooks on display.
The New York Times - A Guide to the 2014 Whitney Museum Biennial:
"Also on view are the spiral notebooks with sketches that the writer David Foster Wallace kept while researching “The Pale King,” his last novel. (His biographer, D. T. Max, called them “an improvised bulletin board.”)"
Hyperallergic - Whitney Biennial 2014: Michelle Grabner on the Fourth Floor:
A view of the display of various notebooks and materials by David Foster Wallace.
Detail of David Foster Wallace’s “Interview notes for ‘Federer as Religious Experience’ (New York Times, August 20, 2006)” (nd), two-page manuscript."If Grabner’s decision to include rather lackluster notebooks of author David Foster Wallace seemed odd, her general exploration of who is an artist nowadays was quite fascinating. Do Wallace’s scribblings offer us a largely ignored visual dimension to his writings or are they simply the relics of his literary output?"