A train station. Three authors observe the space from various perspectives. Typing into their laptops, they write, live, about what they see in the railway station and other things, too: private observations, things they make up, or historical information. Every word they type is projected onto a large screen, a separate one for each author.
Like surveillance cameras recording anonymous individuals’ every movement in the station, each writer transforms the spontaneous journeys through a public space into what is going on – or might be going on – inside people’s heads. The viewers and chance passers-by become part of their narratives. Over the space and the time they share with the authors, the viewers are able to influence the writers’ work, and participate in a collective story.