Michele Barker works in the field of new media arts, exhibiting extensively both in Australia and overseas. Her work addresses issues of perception, subjectivity, genetics and neuroscience and she has contributed to the field of new media arts extensively via her engagement as a research-oriented practitioner. Barker’s research has focused on the relationship between digital technologies, medical and scientific applications, and end-user responses. The ‘art-science’ nexus is a very prominent aspect of new media practice and research, and she has been actively involved in this dialogue for over a decade. Her ongoing collaborative research with Anna Munster integrates photographic, video and interactive installation practices. Most recently they have been investigating multiple points of view for user-interaction using multi-channel projections and immersive environments specially addressing issues of the relationship of neuroscience to magic.