Existential Confessions on the Big Screen

September 25, 2015
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You know that deep secret you wish you could tell someone, except you can’t? A new art project is taking confessions posted anonymously via a website onto the digital screens in waiting areas of Brighton, UK train stations.

 The Waiting Wall is the brainchild of musician Alan Donohoe and designer Steven Parker who, inspired by Alain de Botton’s idea of a digital Wailing Wall, came up with the project for Brighton Digital Festival.

For a week starting on September 21, Brighton commuters will read the deepest, darkest secrets of thousands of people displayed on the big screens.

You can submit your own online.

Courtesy The Waiting Wall
Courtesy The Waiting Wall
Courtesy The Waiting Wall
Courtesy The Waiting Wall
Courtesy The Waiting Wall