Tin Nguyen is one part of creative duo Tin&Ed. They are Australian artists and creative technologists based between New York and Melbourne. They create playful installations and experiences that illuminate the borderless dimension between art and science, the physical and the digital, the human and the non-human. Their work is driven by a deep curiosity for the natural world and the intricate ways we are connected to it. They use art to envision the world through this lens of interconnectedness. Tin&Ed are current members of NEW INC, the art and technology incubator run by the New Museum. They have exhibited and lectured throughout the world, recently speaking at Design Indaba in Cape Town, the AGI Congress in Mexico City, BODW in Hong Kong and The Shanghai Institute for Visual Art. Their work has been shown at the Rockefeller Center, Pioneer Works, The Sydney Opera House, The National Gallery of Victoria, and the Liu Haisu Art Museum in Shanghai. They have also worked with Apple, Nike and Disney. They recently created the campaign artwork for the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. In 2016 Tin&Ed were inducted as members of Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI).
- Inflatable Futures“Inflatable Futures: A Future of Infinite Possibilities” is a series of four interactive sculptures that encourage kids to leap into the unknown. The project uses play as a way to engage kids with ideas in space, technology and the future. Activations inflated from 3-16 July 2017, Eastland, Melbourne, Australia.
- Adidas Future Lab InstallationHype sessions is a four day conference bringing together all the Hype office staff and managers across Australia and New Zealand. In 2016, adidas Originals introduced a new dimension to their design philosophy: the future. The Future theme informed the design direction of the day session and evening event – aiming to engage and inspire Hype staff on the future of the brand. adidas hosted staff in the Future Lab which included insight into new products for 2017, a cultural presentation fronted by
- Design & Play - RMIT Design HubDesign & Play probes the interdisciplinary and poetic role of play within the everyday through the eyes of designers and artists. Through a diverse range of research projects, installations and artist works, this exhibition explores play as a creative, social, cultural and political act and mode of practice.
- Chet Faker - Built on GlassPhotography, art direction and design for Chet Faker’s debut LP, Built on Glass. Through a series of still lifes, the artwork talks about the impermanence of objects, memories and relationships. We’ve used objects that are millions of years old and others that are man made and very new to create an expanded sense of time and history. The series also explores a number of themes from the album, one of which is strength and fragility and how these two things can co-exist.
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