Her talks at these events are often gloriously tangential meanderings, yet Google Creative Lab and their workings remain something of a mystery—entities that are ever fascinating, yet enduringly hard to describe. Many of the projects are internal, meaning the ones we hear about are the wide-ranging collaborations with cultural organizations and practitioners. The Creative Lab’s overarching aim is to use Google tech and resources “to enable artists, writers and performers to look at new ways in which we can use all these remarkable digital tools to make art, theater, and music.”Read More
I like the idea that I find these beautiful plants, and seeds, and things. And I find a garden. And I put the beautiful plants in the garden and I move them around a bit, and then I talk to them, and I water them. That’s pretty much all I do. And then they grow up into this beautiful garden, beautiful things, and then people come along and go, “Oh, your garden is so beautiful.” And I say, “Thank you very much.”
This beautiful project is the love-child of Kirstin and JP.
The very strange news that we won a Peabody Award for Editions At Play.Read More
A film about how lucky I am to be able to represent, and why I choose to be a visible part of the lgbtqi movementRead More
The 2018 99U Conference theme is about overcoming creative challenges, so we’re asking our speakers to reflect on a pivotal pressure-cooker moment and share how they navigated it.Read More
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 UglowRead More
So proud to be on this list amongst such incredible women (and that I know some of them!)Read More
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.