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Published on Dec 28, 2007
By Nate Graham:
Invisible narrative aims to bring to light an unwritten history and narrative in the places/spaces that are inhabited daily by nameless and faceless people. The idea is that one [everyone] would carry an ultraviolet pen, writing their thoughts, interactions, and stories wherever they go. If pervasive enough, one could throw a black light on any wall and find an account of a life or history that is unspoken and unknown. This project is partially in response to a world increasingly filled with nonplaces -- places such as grocery stores or strip malls, where shared connections and experiences are seldom made -- aiming to give these typically lifeless spaces a bit of humanity.