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Books

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Baker, C., with Bauer, D., Dyer, M., Kofen, K., Abtan, F. and Armitage, J. (March 2019) Writers & Makers: Women & Technology in New Music, Defragmentation in Darmstadt 2018, self-published outcome of the German research project Defragmentation, which focussed on decolonisation, gender and diversity, curating and the impacts of technology on new music, ran from Jan 2017 until March 2019. This book is the result of one of the 2-week workshop project for the Technology advisory group.

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Baker, C. C. (Aug 16, 2018) New Directions in Mobile Media and Performance – Monograph on mobile phones in performance as tool, content, guide and collaborator in immersive theatre, live art, dance, music and more. Oxford, New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

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Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K. eds. (December 31, 2016) Intersecting Art and Technology in Practice: Techne / Technique / Technology. On creative process, ideation, collaboration and knowledge exchange in technological art practice. Oxford, New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

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Book Chapters

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Baker, C. C. (July 2020) Book chapter: “Wearing Data: intentions and tensions of art and design in performance using wearables” in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media Art, edited by Larissa Hjorth, Adriana de Souza e Silva & Klare Lanson, Oxford, New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

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Baker, C. C. (June 2019) Book chapter: “What is or where is the human in technology?” In: Defragmentation: Curating Contemporary Music (Darmstädter Beiträge zur Neuen Musik. Sonderband Defragmentation in original German), Sylvia Freydank, Michael Rebhahn (Ed.) Schott, Music: Darmstadt, Germany

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Baker, C. C. (Sept 26, 2017) Book chapter: “Critical Interventions in Wearable Tech, Smart Fashion & E-textiles in Art and Performance”, In Digital Bodies: Creativity and Technology in the Arts and Humanities, edited by Susan Broadhurst and Sara Price, Palgrave Publishing, MacMillan: Hampshire, UK. This chapter focuses on Baker’s ongoing collaboration with Kate Sicchio on the Hacking the Body and HTB 2.0 and research on wearable technologies in their joint performance practice.

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Baker, C. C. (July 2016) Book chapter: “ICT&ART Connect: Connecting ICT & Art Communities Project Outcomes” IN Curating the Digital: Space for Art and Interaction, Editors: David England, Thecla Schiphorst, Nick Bryan-Kinns, Switzerland: Springer, pages 89-105. Based on CHI 2014 workshop on Human Computer Interaction and Art Curating, this chapter on ICT&Art Connect/FET-Art project and its outcomes with art/technology collaborations, process and interaction across disciplines, and results by the end in May 2014. 

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Journal Articles

> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C. C., Bryan-Kinns, N., Greinke, B., Ranaivoson, H., Wu, Y., Liu, S., (Nov 2018) “WEAR Sustain Network: Wearable Technology Innovation” 6th GLOBAL FASHION CONFERENCE, London College of Fashion conference proceedings. 

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> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C. C., Bryan-Kinns, N., Greinke, B., Ranaivoson, H., (June 2018) “WEAR: Wearable technologists Engage with Artists for Responsible innovation: Processes and Progress”, In: Journal of Virtual Creativity, Intellect Journal, Vol.8.1, Denise Doyle, Editor-in-Chief, Bristol: Intellect Publishing. 

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> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K. (March 2018) “Hacking the Body 2.0: Dancing Between Commercial and DIY Wearable Technology“, In: Special Issue: Bodily Extensions and Performance (Avatars, Prosthetics, Cyborgs, Posthumans), Vol 14.1, ed International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Oxford, New York: Taylor & Francis. 

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> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C. C (Aug 16, 2013 online), “Media life: we are media” (book review), In: Information, Communication & Society, Vol 16:7, Taylor & Francis DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2013.825637 ISSN 1369-118X/1468-4462. 

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Baker, C. (April 2011), “Methodologies for mobile media performance”, In: TRANSBIOTICS / ART AS RESEARCH (2010). Editor: Rasa Šmite, RIXC, MPLab, Riga. 

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Baker, C. C. (March 2011) “MINDtouch” – Embodied ephemeral transference: Mobile media performance research IN ‘International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media’, Volume 7 (1), Bristol, UK: Intellect Press, pp. 99–118. 

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> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C., Schleser, M and Molga, K. (July 2009) “Aesthetics of Mobile Media Art”, In: International Journal of Media Practice, Volume 10 (2), Bristol, UK: Intellect Press., pp. 101–122. 

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> Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

Baker, C (Dec 2008) “Liveness’ and ‘Presence’ in Bio-Networked Mobile Performance Practices: Emerging Perspectives”: In: The International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 4 (2), Bristol, UK: Intellect Press, pp. 117-136.  

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Conference

> Conference Article

Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K. Stewart, R and Mooney, T.B. (June 30-July 2, 2016), “Hacking the Body 2.0 Performance: Flutter/Stutter”, International Conference on Live Interfaces, Brighton, UK, conference proceedings, IN The International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media,  (December 2016), Bristol, UK: Intellect Press. 

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Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K. (July 8, 2015), “Stitch, Bitch, Make/Perform: Wearables in Performance”, IN The Electronic Visualisation and the Arts 2015, EVA London, UK. 

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Baker, C. C. (Sept 2, 2014) “ICT&ART Connect: Connecting Art and Technology Communities – Project Outcomes”, In: DRHA2014: Digital Research in Humanities and the Arts Conference, University of Greenwich, London, UK.  

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Baker, C. C. (July 9, 2014) “ICT&ART Connect: Connecting ICT & Art Communities – project outcomes”, IN The Electronic Visualisation and the Arts 2014, EVA London, UK.  

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Baker, C. C. (April 2014) “ICT&ART Connect: Connecting ICT & Art Communities – early outcomes”, IN The Future of Art and Computing: A Post-Turing Centennial PerspectiveSymposium, AISB Conference Proceedings, edited by symposium chairs and collated by Rodger Kibble, AISB-50 Publications Chair, London, UK.  

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Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K. (December 2013), “Hacking the Body”, IN Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art ISEA2013, Cleland, K., Fisher, L. & Harley, R. (Eds.)Sydney, Australia, ISBN: 978-0-646-91313-1.  

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Baker, C. C. (July 29, 2013), “Open-source, custom interfaces and devices with live coding in participatory performance”, IN The Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, 2013, EVA London, UK.  

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> Conference Article

Baker, C. C. and Sicchio, K.M. (July 29, 2013), “Hacking the Body project”, IN The Electronic Visualisation and the Arts, 2013, EVA London, UK.   

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> Conference Article

Baker, C. C., Rothwell, N., Roskab, E, and French, F. July 10th-12th, 2012), ‘The Life Project”, IN The Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA) London, UK, 2012, a collaborative paper of three academics from various UK universities.   

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> Conference Article

Baker, C. (Sept 14-22, 2011), “Tactile Video Love Letters: finding new modalities for non-verbal communication’” paper and ‘MINDtouch: Mobile Video Creativity’, workshop, Conference Proceedings, International Symposium of Electronic Arts (ISEA), Sabanci Universitesi, Istanbul, Turkey.    

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Degree Publications

> Degree Publication

Baker, C. C. (December 2010) “MINDtouch – Ephemeral Transference: Liveness’ in Networked Performance with Mobile Devices”, PhD Thesis, published in University of East London Library in print with DVD support materials and the British Library in digital form. Ethos repository, British Library: Ethos ID uk.bl.ethos.550414    

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> Degree Publication

Baker, C. (April 2004) “Internal Networks: Telepathy Meets Technology in the Dream Pod”, Masters Thesis, published in Simon Fraser University Library in print with DVD support materials.    

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