Different creative tools can be used in the mapping process – also poetry. In the UCP programme, such poetry workshops were conducted with pupils in a school in Guldborgsund, Denmark, but can also be used with adults. In cooperation with poets, workshop participants create short poems illustrating their relationship with different places in the neighbourhood and compare their experiences with these locations. During the workshop, the work of other poets can be used (in this particular workshop, it was Yoko Ono and Vagn Steen). The poems are then placed in the urban space in surprising places for passers-by, encouraging reflection. This method draws on Jenny Holzer's work of putting up posters with poems in New York in the 1970s and 80s. In this way the mapping process is at the same time an intervention in the common space of the neighbourhood, inspiring and changing it at the same time.