Dr Megan Evans has taught in the area of Computer Mediated Art for over 10 years. As an artist herself she has pioneered this medium in her work. Her PHD research was on the area of the relationship between the virtual and the sublime. Her artwork includes an examination of the nature of reality and illusion, with particular reference to historical influences on the virtual. Her work is also firmly situated in a postcolonial investigation of place and landscape.
She has worked as a professional artist for over 25 years doing everything from major public artworks to her own exhibitions. She also sits on several Arts Advisory Boards and Committees external to the University.