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Michele Barker and Anna Munster have collaborated since 1995, exhibiting extensively both in Australia and internationally. Their work integrates photographic, video and interactive installation practices, addressing processes of perception, embodiment and scientific/medical visualization. Their most recent work, HokusPokus, is a multiple screen interactive artwork that uses illusionistic and performative aspects of magical tricks to explore the cross-modality of human perception. It takes inspiration from recent neuroscientific interest in magic as a way to understand the interrelations between vision and movement in perception.
Michele Barker is a senior lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. Anna Munster is an Associate Professor, the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. She is the author of Materializing New Media: Embodiment in Information Aesthetics and her most recent book An Aesthesia of Networks, is will be published in 2013 (MIT Press).