A–Z (2002) presents a map depicting London. Placed on the map are 264 circle shaped pictures, in a pattern that reminds us of a tube map or a playing board. These circles are filled with 18 main character’s lives. Their lives crosses and interferes with each other’s paths and creates new courses of events. The characters are all from different backgrounds, ages, classes, ethnicities and even species; a dog is also involved. Everyone is participating, if they want to or not, to together tell the story about the organism that we call the City.