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Tell Me What You Really Think

02 Sep 2017 / in News

Notes from the Imperial War Museum, 1st September 2017 Day Two: I SWEAR TO TELL THE TRUTH (version one) is all sewn up and being chewed on by the public. For a museum, the Imperial War Museum is proving to be fairly adventurous. The Bureau of Alternative Facts is thriving on Level 2, and alternative […]

IWM Residency pt1: So what do you think you think about Syria?

05 Jul 2017 / in News

The Imperial War Museum of London, a joyously ostentation and imperial looking building dedicated it seems in the main to collectibles from the two world wars, have invited us to be residents over the summer as part of their Syria Season.   The question we are exploring over the Rnd is; How have we come to understand the […]

ANAGRAM OUT OF OFFICE: Enlightenment Boot Camp

04 Jul 2017 / in News

Learning by Doing This summer Anagram are vacationing. And of course we take play very seriously – it being integral to work. For some reason which I struggled to remember at the time,  I  had decided to spend some of our very sparse holiday quota on the Welsh-English border doing a Vipassana retreat.   For those […]

Being Someone Else: Part Three – Sophie Calle’s Double Game

01 Apr 2016 / in collider, musing

In Paul Auster’s Leviathan there’s a character called Maria. She’s a French artist who does experiments on herself. These include reserving different colour foods for different days of the week.   Declaring certain days are dedicated to certain letter. Choosing a different person each morning in the cafe she would frequent to follow for the entire day. […]

Being someone else: Part Two – The Case of The Body Swap

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28 Mar 2016 / in collider, musing

  The premise of the new project – (first working title The Impossible Divide second working title The Collider mirroring a lack of commitment to whether two humans with different bodies and minds can understand one another or is it a task doomed to fail) – sets two people in a built space. One is inside a […]

Being someone else: Part One – are you thinking what I’m thinking?

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27 Mar 2016 / in collider, musing, News

  How do two people come to understand each other’s experience of the world. Anagram are embarking on a new project looking at what it means to understand another human, their world and their experience and to what degree we ever can.   Where would you start?   There is no external way of knowing […]

How we came to make a show about terrorism set in a military institution

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01 Mar 2016 / in News, politics

The project at the Tower of London began with a phone call. Susie Thornberry a former producer at the BAC, and now producing for the Learning and Engagement Team at the Tower of London called us up about designing a nighttime experience for them. They were asking two companies to embark on a short sprint of R’n’d culminating […]

Door Into The Dark picked as one of the Digital Dozen

D from DITD
03 Feb 2016 / in News

Columbia University’s Digital Storytelling Lab (DSL) announced their first annual “Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling,” – a list of the most creative approaches to narrative from the past year. Door Into The Dark got picked for the list! They said: “The works honored for 2015 include an ad campaign; a video game; an art installation; […]

Creative England 50!

Creative England
03 Feb 2016 / in News

We got selected for this celebration of the best creative companies in England for 2016. About the award, they said… “The Creative England 50 report celebrates the best companies and brightest creative talent leading the pack for creative industries across England. Chosen by a panel of industry experts, the CE50 for 2016 includes a wide […]

Across the gulfs of the absurd

ursula le guin
25 Nov 2015 / in News

Returning from IDFA, I sit in the bath and rather than risk an electrifying death by trying to use the IDFA version of a google cardboard, I read a book about narrative and writing by Ursula Le Guin. She’s a master. She writes, “To describe narrative as “rationalization” of the given or of events is […]