Play to Invent

April 5, 2008 by · Comments Off on Play to Invent 


Play to Invent from Proboscis on Vimeo.

A playful exploration of Proboscis and some of its projects, tools and techniques.
Created by Alice Angus, Giles Lane, Orlagh Woods and Karen Martin (April 2008). 
Music by Peoplelikeus.

Social Tapestries

November 1, 2006 by · Comments Off on Social Tapestries 


Social Tapestries from Proboscis on Vimeo.

A playful investigation of social impacts of knowledge mapping and sharing through the Social Tapestries experiments. Devised by Alice Angus & Giles Lane. Directed and animated by Alice Angus (November 2006).

Topographies and Tales (excerpt)

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Topographies and Tales (excerpts) from Proboscis on Vimeo.

Excerpts from ‘Topographies and Tales’ by Alice Angus and Joyce Majiski (2005).
A personal exploration of the way people form relationships with their environments and home combining animation and live-action footage. A meandering journey across parts of Scotland, London and the central Yukon and through the experiences of the filmmakers crossing the miles that separated them between the UK and Canada.

Urban Tapestries – Contexts

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Urban Tapestries Contexts from Proboscis on Vimeo.

A film exploring the wider contexts informing the Urban Tapestries project, setting out its key aim of exploring the social and cultural implications of public authoring and mobile technologies. Devised by Alice Angus & Giles Lane. Made by Alice Angus (2003/04).

Mapping Perception (excerpt)

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Mapping Perception (excerpt) from Proboscis on Vimeo.

Excerpts from the installation version of Mapping Perception (2002). 
Film version, 37 minutes. 
Installation version 45 minutes (looped).

Near Real Time

June 1, 2002 by · Comments Off on Near Real Time 


Near Real Time from Proboscis on Vimeo.

A video combining documentary and animation, exploring the experience of technology, time and geography through tracing a train journey across Canada in the winter of 2001.
Made by Alice Angus in 2002, 4.13′.

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