Kepa Kalyakoorl: Aquiferous

Cara Teusner–Gartland (Artist), Daniel Jan Martin (Artist), Sandra Harben (Artist)

Research output: Non-traditional research outputExhibitionpeer-review


Walking together through place and time, experience the portals to deep waters. To the aquifers, the groundwaters, the water table beneath the city. Here, the water will sit forever. Kepa Kalyakoorl.

Set at Old Customs House and at sites all along the Bilya – Swan River, Kepa Kalyakoorl – Aquiferous asks: what lies beneath our city?

Immerse yourself in glowing and moving springs of light and sound, mapped into the space of the Old Customs House. Inviting awe and curiosity, this new commission imagines the deep waters flowing through Bilya. Breathing, shifting, shaping into deep time. What footprint will you leave in the Noongar universe?
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationFremantle, Australia
PublisherFremantle Biennale
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2021
EventFremantle Biennale: CROSSING 21 - Fremantle, Australia
Duration: 5 Nov 202121 Nov 2021


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