1. Higham's Building
4. Love in Tokyo
8. The Buffalo Club

11. Bar Orient
12. Institute for Social Justice
14. Notre Dame Physiotherapy Lab
16. Owston's Buildings
17. Notre Dame School of Business/Fremantle Hotel

- VJzoo

VJzoo are Kat Black and Jasper Cook. They are running Projections on High and have provided or developed new content for a number of sites themselves. You can read more about them at their website, where they also provide advice for people interested in outdoor projection and VJing.

2. Origins and 18. Carpark - Anya Brock

WINDOW - Feast Your Eyes Popup Gallery - artist Anya Brock - exhibition "Never Let Me Go" runs 25 Nov - 22 Dec.

OUTDOOR FACADE - Live Drawing. Anya will bring the wall to life each night while people watch.

Anya’s experience within the fashion industry is evident in her work, gravitating towards aloof, sensual and often seductive female images as well as bright, ‘poppy’ colour palettes. Anya’s “girls” are captivating, intriguing and beguiling. They express the complicated nature of female sexuality: innocent and playful, and at times deceptive and powerful.

3. Merenda Gallery - Various Artists
OUTDOOR FACADE - Huge, bright, bold projections of Indigenous art projected onto Merenda Gallery.

Merenda Gallery offers a range of works by well known artists, many of whom are represented in major public and private collections. The gallery also offers exciting opportunities to collect new and emerging talents as they make their impact upon the indigenous art scene.

4. Love in Tokyo
- Sheree Dornan

WINDOW - Video for the Beaux Arts Ball by VJzoo; photographs by Sheree Dornan of Love In Tokyo.

"Fashion and Art are not exclusive, here are some Living Works of Art for your consideration".

5. Djurra Day Spa - Edda Pinelli
WINDOW - Freo Faces, Photographs by Edda Pinelli

"These portraits are part of an album taken as a document to the richness and variety of our community. Some people, the locals, I may have seen almost everyday, others only just the once.

Many of these faces are still part of the town, though some have moved on and others are sadly no longer here, they will always be in Fremantle in these photographs".

6. B+M Store - B+M Store
WINDOW - 1950's flick in a retro TV frame, made by B+M Store

7. David Giles Studios - Various Artists
WINDOW - Artwork by various artists exhibited by David Giles Studios.

David Giles Art Studios was established by well known Australian artist David Giles to provide an outlet for his own work and for artists from the "Freedom School" group.


9. Japingka Gallery - Various Artists 
WINDOW - Indigenous artwork by various artists exhibited by Japingka Gallery.

Japingka Gallery is committed to sourcing the best Indigenous Fine Art works using its vast experience and extensive industry-wide contacts. Japingka Gallery is committed to maintaining a full exhibition program that showcases to a wide audience not only established and highly recognised Indigenous Artists, but also new and emerging talent.

10. Brooker Furniture - Adam Monk
WINDOW - Landscape photography by Adam Monk

"My name is Adam Monk, I am a Landscape Photographer. I have been camping and hiking since I was young, I have always loved the wild untouched places, the peace and quiet of the bush both here in Australia and in my travels overseas to other countries. Landscape Photography was a natural next step, to be able to bring some of these raw Naked Landscapes back home, to show them to others and hopefully inspire a little of the same things I feel when I’m out there".


12. Institute for Social Justice - Anything is Valid Dance Theatre
OUTDOOR FACADE - Dancer from Anything Is Valid Dance Theatre, video by VJzoo

Inspired by the 'flashmobbing' culture, AIVDT is taking to the streets with fresh determination to demystify contemporary dance and make it more accessible through performances in public spaces. The dancers hope to surprise, intrigue, confuse and inspire those who manage to catch a glimpse of their strange and engaging performances.

They have been working with VJzoo for several years, and this piece is a result of that collaboration.

13. Notre Dame Prospective Students Office - VJ Lambency
OUTDOOR FACADE - video art by Sam Proctor, aka VJ Lambency.

Video artwork "36 Circles".

"In this work I am linking my imagination with that of an unknown street artist in Rio de Janeiro. I photographed 36 art works as stills. I removed the background to get the essential design and morphed each photo into a video work.

The viewer can glance at the work and take away just one impression or can enter into the way the forms move into each other over the whole sequence.

I would love to take my work back to Rio!"

15. Notre Dame Admissions Office - Alba Cinquini
WINDOW - Paintings by artist Alba Cinquini.

"My work "Dis-embark-ation" is a playful look at travel, the tourist and appropriation. The ritual of the holiday slide show of exotic locations and favourite places, all documented as evidence of the journey is revisited with painted images. The bright colours, strong patterns and ethereal images resonate of other cultures.

The tourist/photographer/collector is also captured and replicated in various stages as part of the ritual and has now become part of the journey, no longer just a spectator".

19. Chapel - Jude Taylor
OUTDOOR FACADE - Native flora linocuts by artist Jude Taylor.

"I am a practicing Western Australian artist who reinterprets the essential character, strength, tenacity and beauty of West Australian wildflowers into bright, vibrant and dramatic hand-painted lino-cuts. Inspired by the ability of Western Australian wildflowers to sustain life in a hostile environment and the hardy Australian bush women, who were both able to flourish in a harsh West Australian environment".


20. Roundhouse - Kids Art on the Arch
OUTDOOR FACADE - Over 500 children from Fremantle and as far afield as San Francisco submitted artwork for this iconic Fremantle landmark. Below is one by Evie Rogers-Elgar, aged 11. See kids page for all the artworks.