Invisible Cities Fremantle

Download the free Invisible Cities app from the App Store (for iPhones) and Google Play (for Android).

The story of the city is written as its people interact with its places through the simplicity of everyday life.
We construct the sounds and the sights of the city with our busking and street art;
we give it personality by exchanging smiles, stealing kisses and slamming car horns;
we draw the lines on the map through our paths to work.
Our stories build the city, brick by brick, paragraph by paragraph.

Invisible Cities is a participatory art project exploring the relationships between people and place.
It maps the memories held in sites around the city, and it explores the cities we each hold in our minds.

Unlock the audio stories embedded at the sites using the Invisible Cities app.
Download the free Invisible Cities app from the App Store (for iPhones) and Google Play (for Android) and allow 'push notifications' to be told when you are near a story site.

Contribute your own story today.

Invisible Cities for iPhone
via App Store
Invisible Cities for Android
via Google Play

Tell your story

Share a story held in the Fremantle city centre.

Briefly outline your story and where it's located in a sentence or two.

We'll then be in touch to arrange a time to do the recording. The recording will only take about 10 minutes.

Once your story is uploaded, an Invisible Cities plaque will be affixed at the site for the duration of the project to mark your story held there.

 

Fremantle Story Map

Discover the stories and memories held in Fremantle's city centre.
Download the free Invisible Cities app from the App Store (for iPhones) and Google Play (for Android) to unlock the audio stories around the city.

 

 Fremantle Team

Concept | Artist - Asha Bee Abraham
Producer - Karen Lee
App Development - Sandy Milne
Audio production - Janak Rogers
Additional interviews - Marnie Richardson
Publicity - Davey Craddock
UX/UI Design - Jemi White
Design - Marc Martin + Red Room
Digital Producer - Ana Tiquia

Thanks to

Invisible Cities Fremantle has been supported by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts and the City of Fremantle.