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Camille Baker

Artist-performer, Researcher & curator @ Royal College of Art

Camille Baker (UK) is an artist-performer/researcher/curator within various art forms: immersive experiences, participatory performance, interactive art, mobile media art, tech fashion/soft circuits/DIY electronics, responsive interfaces and environments, and emerging media curating. Maker of participatory performance and immersive artwork, Baker develops methods to explore expressive non-verbal modes of communication, extended embodiment, and presence in real and mixed reality and interactive art contexts, using XR, haptics/e-textiles, wearable devices, and mobile media. She has an ongoing fascination with all things emotional, embodied, felt, sensed, visceral, physical, and relational. Her current artwork touring is INTER/her: An Intimate Journey Inside the Female Body; LUMEN Prize 2021 shortlisted Baker also was Principal Investigator for UCA for the EU-funded STARTS Ecosystem ( Apr 2019-Nov 2021 and founder/ initiator for the EU WEAR Sustain project Jan 2017–April 2019 ( Baker’s monograph New Directions in Mobile Media and Performance (pub. 2018), showcases exciting approaches and artists’ wearables, mobile phones, and VR/AR, as well as her own work.