These Pages Fall Like Ash send participants to both the digital and physical world to read a story.

What happens when you go around one city to follow a story told through a physical book and a digital book? That is the narrative experience that the project These Pages Fall Like Ash intends to give its participants.

These Pages Fall Like Ash is the first of its kind. Created by Tom Abba of Pervasive Media Studio and artist collective Circumstance, the project takes participants around the city of Bristol while they follow a story told through a physical and a digital medium.

The story is about two cities that overlap, existing in the same time and space, and two people who no longer remember each other and try to hold on to their fading memories.

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