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Invisible Cities: Brigid’s Story

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Artist and human ecologist Asha Bee Abraham‘s Invisible Cities is a storytelling app matching real stories in the place they happened, all around Melbourne. Brigid’s story of encountering discrimination is a powerful example of the links between history, memory, emotion and place. To download the app, contribute a story, or find out more, head to the Invisible Cities website.

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