Tate Stories

2009-06-20 The Unilever Series exhibition TH.2056 by Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster has been made interactive by offering everyone to respond to it by writing a short story, reflecting on life in 2058. You will find all the entries on the Tate site here.

A panel of judges (including writer Jeff Noon and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster) selected the best six that were turned into an audiobook, read by Christopher Eccleston. These stories are available for download here (one by one or via iTunes). You can also read them and access other related materials.

Short film from the same project here on the blog.

5 comments:

angel932 said...

Thank you so much for finding this stuff for us! I would miss so much if it wasn't for you!

Alex said...

angel932, thank you for reading our blog. We're trying =)

Tarot said...

Thank you for posting this. I was hoping to hear when the audiobook would be released and I always need good audio when doing repetitious tasks. This was fantastic to listen to today.

Alex said...

Tarot - yes, I'm listening to the stories on the go too, absolutely fantastic.

Tarot said...

Sadly today, Mix pod seems to have trouble loading players, even on their homepage.