..by default I am pro-technology. But I also present as an artist. I’m not a coder, nor particularly good at art, I just like potential. So as soon as I get hold of anything like this I basically try to mess with it. It’s like a default: move stuff about, try and glitch it, warp it, press all the buttons, see what happens.
It might sound like something torn from the pages of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, but the quote above comes from Tea Uglow, the Google creative director and tech celebrity, who is sitting on the sofa at Semi Permanent’s offices in Sydney on a sunny autumn afternoon.Read More
A wordy 2014 attempt to answer this questionRead More
Beamed from Singapore into Bristol's Watershed - for the Playable City Conference in Sept 2014.Read More
Ahead of the Remix conference in May 2014 - Mitch Parker at VICE wrote up a really interesting hour that we spent discussing the Lab in Sydney. He managed to distill an insightful essence of what my team does and how we self-organise down here in Sydney. It's pretty useful to have your own rhetoric read back to you sometimes.
Read the article on VICE: http://t.co/EmJ2C5wJlkRead More
Adrian & Siobhan have posted an interview I did with Siobhan as part of their terrific Out the Front podcast series. A meandering and occasionally mumbly podcast on creativity and culture and why I choose to work on the other side of the world from all the important people.
Full transcript is here: http://outthefront.com.au/2014/tom-uglow/Read More