Michele Barker

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Michele Barker is a professor in Photomedia, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. Her recent exhibitions include: Science Fictions, Earl Lu Gallery, Singapore June - July 2003, Outside In, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington Australia, June 18-July 15, 2003, VIDARTE 2002 Postal Centre, Mexico City, August - September 2002, Aller Anfang (The Very Beginning) Oesterreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Vienna Austria, April - October 2002, ConVerge: where art and science meet, Art Gallery of South Australia,Adelaide Biennial of Visual Arts as part of the 2002 Adelaide Arts Festival, February - March 2002, Contact Zones: The Art of CD-Rom, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta Canada, October 26 - December 6, 2001.

At eyebeam, she worked in collaboration with Anna Munste, a professor in Art History and Theory, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. She is in New York conducting research for an Australian Research Council Discovery grant. She has published in the international journals ctheory, culture machine, M/C and New Media and Society. Her art work was recently exhibited at DIY_DNA_DAY at The Cube, Bristol, England, April 2004, Outside In, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington Australia, June 18-July 15, 2003, Aller Anfang (The Very Beginning) Oesterreichisches Museum für Volkskunde, Vienna Austria, April - October 2002 and can be found online at http://wundernet.cofa.unsw.edu.au. She is a facilitator of the online list :fibreculture: (www.fibreculture.org), focussed upon critical discussion of new media in the Australasian region and a member of the ‘fibrecultural journal’ editorial team (www.journal.fibreculture.org).