About 41 Places

41 Places is an exhibition of writing commissioned by Brighton Festival 2007.

It can be seen throughout the city between May 5th and 27th.

We are a word-hungry people. Technology has freed writing from the page; 41 Places takes the idea that writing can be anywhere, to create a city-wide artwork of 41 true stories installed in the place that they happened.

In 41 Place, narrative non-fiction miniatures become something between a giant work of art, scattered through the city, and a treasure hunt of stories.

The narratives were collected by Shaw between September 2006 and April 2007 and designed and installed by Richard Wölfstrome, John Easterby and Tom Snell.

It is an UnMadeUp production

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