[10 min interview from Feb 2017] Kojo Baffoe is joined by Creative Director of Google, Tea Uglow. She is the brains behind Google’s innovative Lab in Sydney, Australia. Her works varies between non-linear narration and the physical web.
What could a digital book have to do with Blockchain (the tech behind Bitcoin)? And how can you ‘own’ a book, if anyone can read it? Well, we have some ideas…
As part of Editions At Play (our ongoing experimental platform to explore possibilities of digital books) these are the questions we got given to answer while developing one of our latest books, A Universe Explodes.
Ghosts was performed at the Adelaide Fringe in 2016 where we teamed up with Sandpit to deliver theatre with digital at the core. This article looks at the motivations and excitement and, well, goals, of the project
Why are we so obsessed with how children play? ‘Child-led play’ has moved from being the natural default to a new metric in our parental optimisation schedule. How well is the city adapted to these needs?
I wanted to write an essay about books: physical, electronic and the new kinds of digital books. It is a subject that preoccupies me. This is about the other "future of literature", not the industry, but the form: why we love literature, and what literature might become, in a digital world.
In 2014 I wrote an open letter because I think banner ads are billboards in disguise and that we've poisoned the well of digital advertising by insisting that we use them as direct response units rather than beautiful, ambiguous, brand moments...
I wrote an essay for Aeon Magazine about art, literature, theatre, dance and digital at the core of the creative process. It's sort of about the structural problems facing algorithmic and generative art forms.