Tin Nguyen & Edward Cutting are Australian artists and creative technologists based in New York.

They create playful installations and experiences that illuminate the borderless dimension between art and science, the physical and the digital, the human and the more than human.

Their work is driven by a deep curiosity for the natural world and the intimate ways we are connected to it. They use art to envision the world through this lens of interconnectedness.

Tin&Ed are alumni of NEW INC, the art and technology incubator run by the New Museum. They developed their practice as part of the interactive experiences and creative science cohorts.

Their work has been shown at The Rockefeller Center and Pioneer Works in New York, Getty Museum in Los Angeles, Barbican Centre in London, ArtScience Museum in Singapore and Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney.

They have worked with brands including Apple, Hermes and Nike. They have also spoken at Design Indaba in Cape Town, the AGI Congress in Mexico City and Semi Permanent in Australia and New Zealand.


Selected Exhibitions

2024 We Are Made of Time, Moynihan Train Hall, Penn Station, NY
⁠2024 Life Forces, Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts
⁠⁠2023 Deep Field, ArtScience Museum, Singapore

2023 Deep Field, Getty Museum, Los Angeles

2023 Deep Field, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

2022 United Visions, Getty Museum, Los Angeles

2022 Life Forces, Our Time on Earth, Barbican Centre, London

2022 Kaleidoscopic Home, Futures, Smithsonian, Washington DC

2022 Multitudes, Rising Festival, Melbourne

2021 Monster, Second Sundays, Pioneer Works, New York

2021 Kaleidoscopic Home, SPACE10 Gallery, Copenhagen

2021 Speaking Vessel, Apple Bağdat Caddesi, Istanbul

2021 Kernel, Second Sundays, Pioneer Works, New York

2021 Life Forces, Rockefeller Centre, New York

2020 Monster, Brookfield Place, Battery Park, New York

2019 Skyfish, Pier 17, South Street Seaport, New York

2019 We Come In Peace, Pier 17, South Street Seaport, New York

2019 We Come In Peace, The Artscape, Cape Town

2018 Inflatable Futures, Mpavilion, Melbourne

2016 Sound+Vision, Sydney Opera House, Sydney

2014 MelbourneNOW, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Talks & Workshops

2023 EDI Global Forum, Naples

2023 Today at Apple, 5th Avenue, New York

2022 Likeminds 6.0 Multitudes, New York

2022 Today at Apple, Brompton Road, London

2021 Radical Evolution, NEW INC, New York

2020 NEW INC Demo Day, New Museum, New York

2020 Kyoorius Designyatra, Goa, India

2019 Knowledge of Design Week, Hong Kong

2019 Design Indaba, Cape Town

2018 Business of Design Week, Hong Kong

2018 AGI Congress, Mexico City

2018 IBERO University, Mexico City

2017 Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, China

2016 Californian College of the Arts, USA

2015-2016 Mpavillion, Melbourne

2015 Semi Permanent, Wellington, NZ

2014 Melbourne Now, NGV, AUS

2014 Melbourne Museum, AUS

2010 Semi Permanent, Sydney, AUS

2010 Semi Permanent, Perth, AUS

Online Articles & Interviews

2023 The Arts NewspaperDeep Field, London

2023 Apple Global NewsroomDeep Field, United States

2022 The Arts NewspaperUnited Visions, London

2022 Wallpaper*United Visions, London

2022 ForbesUnited Vision, United States

2022 The AgeMultitudes, Melbourne

2022 ArtnetUnited Visions, London

2022 ArtnewsUnited Visions, London

2021 Artland MagazineKaleidoscopic Home, Copenhagen

2021 NBC Today ShowLife Forces, New York

2021 The Center MagazineLife Forces, New York

2019 DesignboomWe Come in Peace, New York

Printed Publications

2023 The Arts Newspaper, Article, London

2023 Hube Magazine, Studio Profile, Antwerp

2022 Our Time on Earth Exhibition Catalogue, London

2022 Viewpoint Colour, Artists Profile, London

2022 The Age, Arts Profile, Melbourne

2021 The New Curator, Fleur Watson, Routledge Art

2018 AGI New Members 2007—2017, Hesign, Berlin

2018 Brain Magazine, Cover & Profile, Japan

2013 Fully Booked, Gestalten, Berlin

2012 Viscomm Book, Cambridge, London

2011 Desktop Magazine, Cover Story, Australia

2011 Where they Create, Book, FRAME, Amsterdam

2010 New Illustration with Type, Batsford, London

2009 Small Studios, Book, Hesign, Berlin

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