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Barker’s sculptural practice draws on observations of social change, particularly as a result of digital transformation. Play and materiality are vital part of her creative process and her means of connecting a concept with the audience.


Barker has exhibited with Sculpture By The Sea eleven times since 2009; nine times in Bondi and twice in Cottesloe and is a regular in other local sculpture prizes including, Woollahra, North Sydney and Sawmillers. She has works in public and private collections both nationally and internationally. 

Exhibiting Sculpture 

Pixel Rash (Echo Chamber)

Pixel Rash, (Echo Chamber) is a comment on the digitisation of our lives. Our lives, and the lives of those around us, are reflected back at us via digital imagery,  pixelating and distorting reality in the process.

Pixel Rash, (Echo Chamber) is a reiteration (and spread)  of “(Check for) Pixel Rash” installed for the 2020 LSR exhibition.


Dimensions: 6m x 6m x 10-20cm (approx)

Materials: Acrylic, Mirror, Timber 

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