Belongings with SBS [2018]

This beautiful project is the love-child of Kirstin and JP. 

What if you had to flee your homeland forever? What's the one item you couldn't live without? The people in this immersive installation were faced with that very decision. Created by SBS' Digital Creative Labs and using technology developed by Google's Creative Lab, Belongings shares tales of displacement, resilience and hope spanning decades of migration, diverse cultures and stages of life.

It's Nice That | Google’s Tea Uglow’s Bookshelf includes “Second-wave cyberpunk” and “print wizardry”

As someone whose career involves developing potentials for the future of reading, including books which can be “owned” and “borrowed” through the use of blockchain technology; and a novel set inside Google’s street view, both as part of Editions at Play, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to find out which books from the past have impacted the brilliant Tea Uglow

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10 Must-Read Books To Get You Ready For 2018

A Universe Explodes, by Tea Uglow
Thanks to the ever-rising value of Bitcoin, the blockchain–a secure technology that enables transactions–is becoming common parlance. This experimental e-book from Tea Uglow, a creative director at Google Creative Lab Sydney, explains how it works in an artful format. The blockchain will likely define even more innovations in the future and mastering its underpinnings will be important.

BY @VisualEditions @impossible AND @jonnyrichards @judeosborn @KirstinSillitoe Tim Paul @_jennifernunez @EmilaYang @niccihurwitz @AnnabelBlake @hughskennedy @deborahhodotcom with guest star @andyb6

 

“The creative process is about not knowing what you’re doing”: Interview with Tea Uglow | Simpleweb

Why aren’t we finding ways of building the information that we want into the way we want to experience the environment, rather than the way we’re told to experience the environment?

Tea Uglow is the Creative Director of Google’s Creative Lab in Sydney, although she prefers a Google (mis)Translate version of the title – Experimental Person in Charge.

Tea leads a team exploring “the spaces between contemporary digital technology and traditional forms of creativity and culture. That might be with museums, galleries, working with artists, filmmakers or writers and looking at what happens when those intersect.”

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