Chloë Barker is a research associate at Newcastle University and co-investigator of the project “Turning Fylingdales Inside Out: Making Practice Visible at the UK’s Ballistic Missile Early Warning and Space Monitoring Station,” where her focus is developing ways to engage non-specialist audiences in the station’s archive material and raise questions regarding nuclear deterrence and its cultural legacy. Her work previously focused on developing exhibitions making public for the first time materiality from the Fylingdales archive. Prior to that, Chloë spent 10 years working at cultural organizations ranging from Turner Contemporary to BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. She also served as assistant producer on the BBC Four Arena film “A British Guide to the End of the World.” She holds a master’s in exhibition studies from Central Saint Martins UAL and a bachelor’s in fine art from Chelsea College of Art and Design UAL.
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