Dr. Michele Barker works in the field of new media arts, exhibiting nationally and internationally. Her work addresses issues of perception, subjectivity, genetics and neuroscience. Her PhD research involved an investigation of the relationship between monstrosity, genetics and developments in new media arts. Barker’s present research involves multiple points of view for user-interaction using multi-channel projections and immersive environments. In 2004, she held an Artist-in Residency at Eyebeam New York. She developed a multi-channel work, Struck, which has been exhibited in Australia, the US and China. Barker is a lecturer at University of New South Wales, Australia.