Performing The River – Bilya Kwoba Koorliny
Performing The River is a sculptural artwork integrated on the walls of the Belmont City College Performing Arts Building. Conceptually, the sculpture is grounded by bringing together two key elements – the act of performance embodied in the Performing Arts building and the Derbarl Yerrigan (Swan River) that contours, outlining and rendering across the Belmont landscape.
From the Monumental
To the Miniature
Is a multichannel sound artwork triggered via motion sensors is located in the juxtaposition between the monumental and the miniature, to express how culture circulates and articulates, embedded within the architecture, the fibre of the Matagarup Bridge over the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River, Perth Western Australia).
Longing, Memory, Sight
The sculpture Longing, Memory, Sight explores the human histories of the ANZAC story. Representing a page from a notebook or letter at monumental scale, the work gestures to the written correspondence from Australian soldiers to their loved ones.