Visions of 2058 for the Tate gallery

The Tate Modern art gallery in London, UK, has a competition to write short stories about life in London(?) in 2058:

TH.2058 looks 50 years into the future to a London of incessant rain and sculptures kept from growing like weeds.

This is your chance to share your vision of 2058 by adding your short story.

All submissions will appear here. At the end of January, six stories will be selected by a panel of judges (including writer Jeff Noon and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster) to form an audio book voiced by Christopher Eccleston, which will be available for download once it is produced.

They have a story by Jeff Noon and you can read current entries. (Via Dan Hon.)

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